Trans teen Jazz Jennings named new face of Clean & Clear campaign, star of new TLC docuseries 'All That Jazz'

TLC has ordered the new 11-episode docuseries All That Jazz, which will follow trans teen Jazz Jennings in her daily life as she juggles high school, dating, and her work as an LGBT advocate. The series will also include her parents Greg and Jeanette, siblings Ari, Griffen, Sander, and her maternal grandparents Jack and Jacky. Jennings was named one of Time Magazine's 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014 and has previously spoken about her story at the GLAAD Media Awards.

"Jazz’s story is universal, yet unique, and we’re proud to partner with her family to share it with TLC’s audience," TLC GM Nancy Daniels said. "Jazz may be known as an author and activist, but she’s first and foremost a teenage girl with a big, brave heart, living a remarkable life."

Marjorie Kaplan, group president at TLC and Animal Planet, added, "We know that families come in all shapes and sizes, but at their core, they are all about love, acceptance, and support. Only TLC can tell this family’s story in way that celebrates and demystifies difference in an effort to help create a world without prejudice."

Jennings was also named the face of Clean & Clear skincare's new ad campaign #SeeTheRealMe this week. "The brand approached me and told me about the campaign. The 'See the Real Me' campaign is so great at helping girls find the courage to open up to their peers and be themselves, and I could really relate to that. I knew doing this campaign would help a lot of teens who are struggling like I did," Jennings told of the campaign. Check out her video below and share your own stories on social media with the hashtag #SeeTheRealMe.