Caitlyn Jenner has confirmed she’s already left Channel Seven’s Big Brother VIP after barely a week of filming in Sydney.
The 71-year-old was one of the big international headliners on the upcoming reality show.
However, Jenner revealed she’s already back in the US after filming started on July 30.
She’s returned to California, where she’s running for governor.
“Great time abroad for fun and glad to be back in #California on the campaign trail!” she tweeted.
The tweet was hilariously in reply to Seven’s own post announcing the lineup of the show.
Filming for the new Big Brother series only just began in Sydney on July 30.
At the time, she copped angry backlash for obtaining a critical skills visa into Australia while thousands of Australian citizens remain stranded overseas.
— Caitlyn Jenner (@Caitlyn_Jenner) August 7, 2021
Caitlyn Jenner will appear on Big Brother VIP later in the year
Big Brother VIP will air on Channel Seven later in the year.
The format will be different to a regular season, with contestants entering the first ever Big Brother Hotel to compete for $100,000 for their chosen charity.
Alongside US star Jenner are international guests former Trump aide Omarosa, and Meghan Markle’s estranged half brother, Thomas Markle Jr.
Australian actor Bernard Curry and Survivor star Luke Toki are among the Aussie stars.
But many aren’t sure exactly who the rest of the celebrities are.
A who’s who of who’s that. https://t.co/hSPZNdzZhP
— Rhys Nicholson (@rhysnicholson) August 8, 2021
Right-wing UK commentator Katie Hopkins was also slated to be a housemate until she was deported from Australia before even setting foot in the house.
NSW Police issued her with a fine after Hopkins boasted on Instagram of deliberately disobeying strict hotel quarantine rules.
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