Olympic star Caitlyn Jenner enrages Australians ahead of Big Brother amid lockdown
CAITLYN JENNER apparently flew to Australia to appear on Celebrity Big Brother, ostensibly to “honor” a past employment obligation, but the move is believed to have outraged Australians.
Caitlyn Jenner has revealed that her campaign to become California’s next governor has not been “paused.” It comes amid rumours that the Olympic gold medalist will take on her latest reality show challenge.
I’m furious right now because they let Caitlyn Jenner film Celebrity Big Brother in Sydney.
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The 71-year-old Olympic decathlete rushed to Twitter to deny claims that she had “paused” her political campaign.
Caitlyn is now campaigning for Governor of California, with elections set to take place in less than two months.
Caitlyn Jenner is reportedly isolating in Sydney, Australia, ahead of a week-long appearance on ‘Big Brother VIP,’ according to reports.
Those entering Australia are currently forced to stay in a government-approved hotel for two weeks.
Australians, on the other hand, are dissatisfied that a number of high-profile celebrities have been granted access to the nation while Australian citizens are stranded abroad.
Due to an increase in coronavirus cases, several Australian regions are currently under lockdown.
According to TMZ, Australians are “disappointed” that Caitlyn Jenner has been granted admission to Sydney “while the country’s current Covid flying restrictions prevent locals from traveling.”
Shortly after the global pandemic began in March 2020, Australia closed its borders to international travelers, with reports indicating that normal travel will resume in 2022.
Since the word broke that she had arrived in Australia, Australians have flocked to social media to express their displeasure.
“So evidently @Caitlyn Jenner traveled into Sydney for #CelebrityBigBrother, but I wasn’t permitted to fly in to see my unwell father or attend his funeral!” one person wrote. #COVID19.”
“What p****s me off is that Sydney is actually supposed to be on lockdown, and Australian nationals can’t come home because the federal government has capped how many people can return to the country, but yeah, let’s turn a blind eye to Caitlyn Jenner for a f*****g reality show,” a second said.
“I am so angry right now that they have permitted Caitlyn Jenner into Sydney to film Celebrity Big Brother,” a third tweeted.
There are Australians stranded abroad who have been refused the right to return home but wish to make films.
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