Caitlyn Jenner is reportedly being paid more than £350,000 to take part in the celebrity edition of Big Brother in Australia.
The 71-year-old is a veteran of the reality TV scene, having appeared on shows including I'm A Celebrity, The Masked Singer and Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and has now agreed to take on Big Brother VIP down under.
Producers of the show are also said to have signed up Omarosa Manigault Newman, an outspoken former advisor to Donald Trump who was one of the original breakout stars of The Apprentice in the US almost 20 years ago.
Jenner is already thought to be in Australia completing her mandatory two-week quarantine before spending a week filming the show, which is being pre-recorded for broadcast later in the year.
The star's decision to take part in the series comes in the middle of her run to become governor of California, with voters due to take to the polls in September.