BRUCE Jenner, now known as Caitlyn Jenner, was famed for stints on reality TV, largely due to appearances on Keeping Up with the Kardashian.
Jenner has also appeared on Im A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! USA here is everything you need to know about the former athlete’s time in the jungle.
When was Bruce Jenner on I’m A Celebrity USA?
Bruce Jenner appeared on the first series of the US version of Im A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! in 2003.
He shared a camp with American supermodel Tyson Beckford, Joan Rivers‘ daughter Melissa Rivers and Jennifer Lopezs ex-husband Cris Judd, among others.
During his time in the jungle, Jenner was seen partaking in several Bushtucker Trials and even won one challenge involving chicken feathers.
Like the UK show, the series was filmed in Australia and was followed up with a second season in 2009, featuring stars including Janice Dickinson, Daniel Baldwin, and Heidi Montag.
Where did Bruce Jenner place on I’m A Celebrity USA?
The former decathlete missed out on a spot in the final back in 2003 but placed fourth in the competition.
Cris, Melissa and John were the three contestants who went head-to-head in the last stages of the contest.
Radio personality John placed third, meanwhile Melissa, an actress and television host, was the runner-up to Cris.
Having been crowned the King of the Jungle, Cris received 200,000 for his chosen charity, the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
What did Caitlyn Jenner say about Im A Celebrity 2019?
Despite appearing on Im A Celebrity US, Caitlyn denied having any knowledge of how the series works before entering the jungle for the UK edition.
Jenner, who is thought to have earned a whopping 500,000 fee for joining the show, claimed to have had no idea.
Speaking exclusively to HOAR before the 2019 series launched on Sunday, November 17, the trans-activist said: I don’t know how it works.”
When asked by HOAR Online about heading into the jungle, she said: “I am not allowed to talk about this until next week. I am not sure what I can say. I am not allowed to say anything.”