Reality Show Relationships Invented For The Camera

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  Reality Show Relationships Invented For The Camera

What else can we say about Brody Jenner? He had a great teacher. Faking reality TV romances seems to run in the family, as Caitlyn Jenner has also come under fire for a potentially faux relationship on “I Am Cait,” a show we assume was pitched by E!’s accountants.

According to Radar, all that flirting and snuggling between the former Olympian and trans actor Candis Cayne was reportedly staged for dramatic effect. Rumor has it, Cayne auditioned to be on the reality TV show and, after landing a spot, was then introduced to Jenner. “Caitlyn didn’t just meet all of these already famous transgender people by accident,” a source claimed to the gossip site, adding, “They were cast and, yes, they are getting paid.”

It seems Jenner was more in the friend zone with Cayne, who told Access in 2015, “We’re just really, really good friends,” and then added that she’s attracted to men. Although her career in reality television has since come to an end, Cayne has remained on the small screen with guest spots on shows such as “Transparent” and “Grey’s Anatomy.” In 2021, she described a run-in with a “CSI” director to ensure an accurate portrayal of trans women, which led to a rewrite in the script and showcased the star’s impact behind the scenes. “I went up to the director and I said to her, ‘Listen, I’m trans and no trans woman would go into the men’s bathroom. … I can’t do something that a trans person wouldn’t do on camera,'” Cayne recalled to E! News.

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