Caitlyn Jenner has left fans confused as she continues to campaign for California governor while quarantining in Australia for Big Brother VIP.
Caitlyn, 71, who is running as a small government, pro-business libertarian, shared a photo of herself in conversation with Fox’s Judge Jeanine Pirro this week.
The former Olympian promoted her recorded interview with the Judge on Instagram, leaving fans confused about her campaign efforts while Down Under.
Star: Caitlyn Jenner, 71, has left fans confused as she campaigns for governor of California while in hotel quarantine in Australia. Pictured with Fox’s Judge Jeanine Pirro
‘Why are you leaving the camping trail to go film a reality show in Australia? No different than Trump,’ one fan wrote, clearly taking aim at the celeb.
‘Are you in isolation in Sydney Australia at the moment for vip big brother [?],’ another fan asked the reality show queen.
Yet another seemed to scorn the reality star for her new gig: ‘Spoiler Alert….. Caitlyn Jenner is here in Australia to appear on Celebrity Big Brother.’
Down Under: ‘Why are you leaving the camping trail to go film a reality show in Australia? No different than Trump,’ one fan wrote, clearly taking aim at the celeb.
Despite the confusion, Caitlyn also had plenty of admirers, hopeful she can turn the fortunes of the embattled state around.
‘I hope you become the Governor of California!,’ one fan wrote. Another added: ‘Great interview. You won my vote.’
Another finished by calling Caitlyn an ‘American hero’ as she continues to campaign for the race.
Fans: Caitlyn also had plenty of admirers, hopeful she can turn the fortunes of the embattled state around
‘You are AMAZING! I have loved your spirit and your heart all of my life. You may look better than me in a dress, but that’s my fault!’ she began.
‘I hope everyone hears your message, your honesty and bravery. A true American hero! I think your father would be proud.’
Caitlyn is believed to have touched down in Australia last week, with her appearing on the Seven Network’s Big Brother VIP.
On the road to political office: The star has kept a low-profile since arriving in Australia with her seemingly more focused on her work for the election
While Seven hasn’t commented on the casting, her salary is believed to be at least $500,000, as this was the fee offered to another high-profile American celebrity.
The star has kept a low-profile since arriving in Australia with her seemingly more focused on her work for the election.
Caitlyn, who is in 14 days of mandatory hotel quarantine, is no stranger to reality TV, having appeared on Keeping Up with the Kardashians since 2007.
Revealed: Caitlyn flew into Australia for the new season of Big Brother VIP. The 71-year-old, who is running for governor of California, touched down in Sydney earlier this month
Big Brother VIP is the second celebrity-themed Big Brother format to air in Australia, after a first season was made back in 2002.
Big Brother VIP begins filming at Sydney Olympic Park in the coming weeks and will air on Channel Seven later this year. Sonia Kruger is returning as host.
Caitlyn was last pictured in the U.S. this month when she visited her local Starbucks in Malibu ahead of a busy day of meetings regarding her gubernatorial campaign.
Veteran: Caitlyn, who has started her 14 days of mandatory hotel quarantine, is no stranger to reality TV, having appeared on Keeping Up with the Kardashians since 2007. Caitlyn is pictured on the far left, when she was known as Bruce Jenner and living as a man
The Republican hopeful was spotted chatting to prospective voters while wearing a white ‘Caitlyn for California’ T-shirt.
Caitlyn, a former Olympic decathlete who has never run for political office before, announced her bid for governor on April 23.
She is running on a platform of making California a more pro-business state with lower taxes and less regulations, as well as closing the border, leading the Covid recovery, and addressing affordable housing and the homelessness crisis.
Gubernatorial campaign: There’s no word yet on how Caitlyn’s involvement with Big Brother VIP will affect her political ambitions stateside as she is running for office in California