Only one episode has been aired from the brand new season of Big Brother VIP, but Caitlyn Jenner has not wasted time throwing bomb after bomb.
In addition to shocking revelations about her transition and the OJ Simpson trial – “Of course he did, and he got away with it” – Monday night’s premiere, the former Olympian shared private details about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding in 2014.
“So Kim is getting married to Kanye and they decide to hold their reception the night before in Versailles, Paris,” she told her co-stars.
Caitlyn explained that Gold digger the 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 everyone and said tomorrow, the wedding will be in Florence. We are in Paris. Pack all your suitcases, be at the airport, they have two large private jets.”
Model Imogen Anthony listened in amazement Australian survivor Star Luke Toki could not hold back his surprise and remarked, “it’s crazy!”.
The 72-year-old went on to describe the dinner in Florence that took place at the “fort that had a view of the city”.
“The dinner table was at least 100 feet long, white marble, and then you start looking for where you sit, because obviously it’s all assigned seats. And instead of a nameplate, they had engraved your name into the marble.
Just when Caitlyn thought the event could not be more extravagant, Kanye had arranged 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 it,” she added.
“I liked Kanye. I got along very well with Kanye. He was definitely out there, but he was always very, very, very good to me.”
Caitlyn’s headline-grabbing comments under the first paragraph come shortly after the guy Big Brother VIP star Bernard Curry revealed to Yahoo lifestyle that there was one “inappropriate” moment during the filming that would not get it on the air.
“I actually had to call the producers the other day and say, ‘I know I signed the contract and we have no recourse, but I told this story the other day, is that included?’ Because it might be a little flammable, ”he explained.
“They said ‘No, it’s okay, we’re a family show. We’re not going to air it.’ I think, oh thank God, because that could have been a problem for me. ‘
Although Bernard did not dive into what the conversation actually involved, he described it as “pretty quick and inappropriate in a family context”.
“They pitch themselves like a family-style show, so they try to keep it that way,” he said. “So it was with great relief that I heard they would not put it into the edit.
“But it doesn’t matter so much that those stories are not included because there is so much, really fascinating. It’s definitely going to be fun. It’s really just an interesting wild ride.”
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