Caitlyn Jenner has hinted at the real reason she is going into the jungle – to rebuild her house.
The star, who will receive a £500,000 fee for taking part in the show, has revealed how her Malibu home was ruined in the Californian wild fires.
The 70-year-old said: “I stayed about a minute before it hit as it was coming up that canyon so intensely.
“Tornadoes 200ft in the air of flames coming at you. It was pretty frightening.
“In the pool there had to be close to 15 dead rats, 15 dead rabbits. Soot. Everything. The house had to be sanitised. It was a mess.
“A lot of things on the outside were messed up.”
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Caitlyn moved into the home, which overlooks Malibu beach west of Los Angeles, back in 2015.
She lives there with her girlfriend – model Sophia Hutchins – and their two dogs Bertha and Baxter.
Last year, during the Woolsey Fire, more than 250,000 residents in southern California fled the region.
Caitlyn’s stepdaughters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian also had to evacuate their homes.
Caitlyn is set to jet off to Australia for the ITV reality programme having bagged one of the biggest fees in its 19-year history.
The reality star transitioned in 2015 after a glittering career which saw Caitlyn, then Bruce, win a gold medal in the Men’s Decathlon at the 1976 Olympics.
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