Im A Celebs Caitlyn Jenner claims show is about the people and not location

Caitlyn Jenner believes that I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is not about the location but instead, the campmates.

The Olympic legend, 72, appeared on the ITV show back in 2019 alongside Kate Garraway, Nadine Coyle, Adele Roberts and Myles Stephenson.

While Cait may have jetted to Australia to take part, last year, celebs travelled to Abergele to camp out at Gwrych Castle, which will also house twelve celebs for this year's edition of the hit programme.

Despite the much colder climates and not coming face to face with deadly snakes and insects, Caitlyn believes this doesn't matter.

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Speaking to Daily Star in 2020, she said: "I'm A Celebrity is about the people, it's not about where they're at.

"You're in the jungle, it's not easy but the show is about the people. I think just going to this castle, I think the people issues are going to be the same.

"Isolated from the world, forced to deal with themselves."

Caitlyn has remained pals with her campmates, admitting that she speaks to them on a regular basis.

The sporting legend explained: "I was fortunate, I had a great group of people – we didn't have one person that was a problem, I think that's the most important aspect."

She went on to add: "Myles called me on the road, I speak to James, Jacqueline, Nadine – all those people, we talk all the time.

"Every time I come back to London, I end up doing something with everybody."

The legend later admitted that she formed a "close bond" with the Good Morning Britain co-anchor that will "never go away".

Elsewhere, the Californian mayoral hopeful opened up on her Olympic success.

She said: "As I look back on my life – the impact and why did I do that.

"I think about it all the time, why was I so obsessed, train so hard to do that and accomplish that."

Parent-of-six Cait added: “It had a lot to do with who I was and the things I was running from, I want to put that on public perspective.

"The Olympics had a tremendous impact on my life and I’m incredibly proud of those achievements."

Caitlyn revealed to us that during her athletic career, she “learned a lot” about herself while struggling with her gender identity.

"I learnt a lot about myself, it’s actually interesting, my perspective today because obviously, I’ve been through a lot, my identity, over the years,” she divulged.

Discussing her transition she said: “I finally got all this stuff straightened out and life is wonderful. I just wake up in the morning and be myself every day, I don’t have to play any games.”

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