'I'm A Celebrity': Caitlyn Jenner says peeing in the shower is 'not as fun as it used to be' before her transition
Caitlyn's comments come shortly after her daughters—Kendall and Kylie Jenner—broke their silence on their father taking part in the show
Caitlyn Jenner admitted that peeing in the shower is 'not as much fun as it used to be' on Wednesday's episode of 'I'm A Celebrity'.
The 70-year-old was seen talking to Roman Kemp, Kate Garraway, and Myles Stephenson about whether or not they had ever peed in the shower.
Roman had first brought up the question and asked Myles if he ever peed in the shower, to which Myles responded saying, "Hell yeah". Castmate Andy Whyment then says, "I wee in the shower".
Garraway seemed absolutely horrified at the comments when Kemp chimed in, "Guys, make a game out of it. You aim at the hole. If you got a perfect aim, you can have a perfect score".
However, when Caitlyn was asked the same questions, she said, "Let me put it this way, it's not as much fun as it used to be".
Caitlyn's comments come shortly after her daughters—Kendall and Kylie Jenner—broke their silence on their father taking part in the show.
Around ten days after Caitlyn headed to the jungle to take part in the show, 24-year-old Kendall and 22-year-old Kylie liked Caitlyn's posts about her being on the show.
Kendall liked a video that showed Caitlyn learning a 'Girls Aloud' dance routine along with Nadine Coyle and Jacqueline Jossa. Kylie, on the other hand, supported Caitlyn's latest post which showed her with her dogs and partner Sophia Hutchins. The picture was captioned, "We are all rooting for you @caitlynjenner on @imacelebritylive on @itv".
Caitlyn's daughter's support comes after viewers were left feeling very sorry for the reality TV star when she received a very 'underwhelming' parcel during Monday's episode. While her fellow castmates received messages and treats from loved ones back home, Caitlyn received nothing but a note from her dogs which left viewers stunned at the apparent snub from her children.