Former Olympian, male, and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner was accused of breaking secrecy rules ahead of appearing on "Masked Singer." The rules suggest you don't tell anyone you're going on the show, so it's truly a secret, but Jenner admitted to telling two of his daughters and one son. Now Caitlyn is considering running for governor of California as a Republican. So yeah, totally normal for California, amiright?
From Express: "In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the star further admitted to having broken the show’s requirement to secrecy. She first admitted to having told her son Brandon, who helped him with the singing and dancing on the show. “The only other two I told, because my family are professionals at keeping secrets, were Kendall and Kylie," she added. “I told both of them because we're really close. And I said, ‘You can't believe it, girls, this is what I'm doing’,” but the Jenner sisters didn’t seem to be so keen on their parent’s decision."
From Axios: "Former reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner is talking with political consultants as she actively explores a run for governor of California, three sources with direct knowledge of her deliberations tell Axios. Jenner is being assisted in her consideration by Caroline Wren, a longtime GOP fundraiser. Wren initially met Jenner through her work with the American Unity Fund, a GOP nonprofit focused on LGBT issues."Sponsored
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