Caitlyn has ten children, including reality TV stars Kylie and Kendall Jenner and their sister Kim Kardashian, who is the daughter of Caitlyn's former wife, Kris, and is married to rapper Kanye West. Jenner will be in the show's upcoming season along with former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle, formal British football athlete Ian Wright and more stars.
On the show, contestants compete in Bushtucker Trials and Dingo Dollar Challenges in hopes that they get voted the King or Queen of the Jungle to donate their winnings to a charity of their choice.
If you're not up to speed with United Kingdom television, I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! is essentially the wilderness version of Dancing With The Stars.
Jenner landed at the same time as her co-stars Wright, who wore chunky sneakers, and Irish comedian Andrew Maxwell, wearing gray sneakers.
"Dealing with other people is by far the hardest thing", Jenner said in a press release.
The TV personality, 70, had admitted in her pre-jungle interview that she is "very handy" and good at things such as "boiling water" before adding she was looking forward to a "break" from her famous family. "I have always been" during her time on the show.
'That's easy - just stay away from them!
She also said that she'd like to prove she is "exactly the same person..."
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here will return to ITV this month.
The Sun reported a week before that Caitlyn will be the highest paid campmate on the show.
Arsenal and England football legend Ian Wright reveals he sought the advice of his friend and former victor, Harry Redknapp, after deliberating over whether to finally accept an offer to appear on this year's I'm A Celebrity.
She lived in the jungle alongside stars such as Melissa Rivers and Tyson Beckford.
Nadine Coyle, Myles Stephenson, Kate Garraway and Andrew Whyment are also rumoured to have signed up but are yet to arrive.