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Only one episode has aired from the brand new season of Big Brother VIP, but Caitlyn Jenner has wasted no time in dropping bombshell after bombshell.
As well as shock revelations about her transition and the OJ Simpson trial - “Obviously he did it, and he got away with it” - Monday night’s premiere saw the former Olympian share private details about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding in 2014.
“So Kim’s getting married to Kanye, and they decide to have their reception the night before at Versailles in Paris,” she told her co-stars.
Caitlyn explained that the Gold Digger rapper was the first person to rent out the iconic palace for a private party, which turned out to be a “spectacular” event.
“We have our reception, Kanye and Kim get up and thank everybody and said tomorrow, the wedding will be in Florence. We’re in Paris. Pack all your bags, be at the airport, they got two big private jets.”
Model Imogen Anthony listened on in amazement while Australian Survivor star Luke Toki couldn’t hold back his surprise, remarking, “that’s crazy!”.
The 72-year-old went on to describe the dinner in Florence that took place at “the fort that overlooked the city”.
“The dinner table was at least 100 feet long, white marble, and then you start looking for where you’re sitting, because obviously it’s all assigned seating. And instead of a name tag, they had engraved your name into the marble.”
Just when Caitlyn thought the event couldn’t get any more extravagant, Kanye had organised for Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli to perform.
“It was a very cool wedding, great attention to detail. Kanye was very, very, very, very, very good at that,” she added.
“I liked Kanye. I got along very well with Kanye. He was certainly out there, but he was always very, very, very good to me.”
Caitlyn’s headline-making comments during episode one come shortly after fellow Big Brother VIP star Bernard Curry revealed to Yahoo Lifestyle that there was one “inappropriate” moment during filming that won’t make it to air.
“I had to actually call the producers the other day going, ‘I know that I signed the contract and we don't have any legal recourse, but I told this story the other day, is that in? Because it might be a little incendiary’,” he explained.
“They said ‘No, that’s alright, we’re a family show. We’re not going to put that to air’. I’m like, oh thank God because that could have been trouble for me.”
Although Bernard didn’t delve into what the conversation actually involved, he described it as “pretty racy and inappropriate in a family setting”.
“They’re pitching themselves as a family-style show so they’re trying to keep it in that sort of vein,” he said. “So it was with great relief that I heard they weren't going to be putting that into the edit.
“But it doesn't really matter that those stories aren’t in it because there's so much really fascinating stuff. It’s definitely going to be fun. It’s really just kind of an interesting wild ride.”
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