Caitlyn Jenner might be the toughest person people could ever meet, but she recently reached her limit and wanted to quit for the first time.
ITV's new series "I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here" added Jenner in the lineup alongside Nadine Coyle, Adele Roberts, Ian Wright, Kate Garaway, Andrew Whyment, Andrew Maxwell, James Haskell, Myles Stephenson and Roman Kamp.
An ITV source told The Sun that the former Olympian gained a special task to lead the pack of celebrities to overcome the dreaded "Bushtucker Trials." Producers possibly saw something ardent about Jenner since she never quit on anything in her life, but it seemed like she needed to finally learn to forgo now.
During her first night in the camp, the 70-year-old star appeared to be having trouble sleeping and decided to just get up and walk around the jungle for a moment.
In the latter part of the series clip, Jenner revealed that she felt her head spinning when she found herself staying in the middle of the jungle -- at the wee hours of the night.
"I'm kinda trying to figure out if I'm doing the right thing," she started as tears started to form.
Jenner unfolded her thoughts, asking if being there is the right way to use her time -- especially now that she is getting older. She even thought about going home instead to play with her kids and grandchildren, but she needed to do something she never did in the past before she could go back home.
"I mean, I've never quit at anything I've ever done. I'm standing and thinking 'Well maybe it's a time you learn how to do that!'" Caitlyn narrated before she finally let her tears out.
In the end, Jenner admitted that she has so many things going on in her mind.
Recently, she spoke on BBC's "Don't Tell Me the Score Podcast" where she discussed the hardships she went through both as an athlete and a transwoman. This fact led fans to believe that her emotions were coming out from it, and she is still having a hard time now.
It took Caitlyn 65 years before she successfully convinced herself to finally go on a transition in 2015. Jenner thought that if she finally came out, her life would become much easier.
But it did not.
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In the same series, Caitlyn opened up to her fellow contestants on how much she wanted to come out before she turned 40 because she "didn't want to be an old chick."
The former Olympic gold medalist then referred to her age now as the latter of the '80s and still not fitted anywhere. After she came out, she received nothing but criticisims on how controversial she is as a transgender, which hurt her in every way possible.
Whatever the past stored for her before, it should be buried somewhere far and unknown just so she would not feel as guilty as she is right now for running away for so long.