Move over, music video girls — there’s a new woman in town! Caitlyn Jenner wants to experience the life of a ‘video vixen’ and is asking Kanye West to star in his next video. So cool!
Caitlyn Jenner is bound 2 be in a music video! The 65-year-old bombshell is eager to travel back in time and experience her youth again. And she feels like being in a Kanye West, 38, music video will do the trick, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.
There ain’t no shame in Caitlyn’s game and we’re not mad at her either! Sources close to Cait say she’s kicking herself for waiting so long to experie her new life, and desperately wants to know what it feels like to be young again. “Caitlyn’s mad at herself for not becoming Caitlyn decades ago,” the source reveals EXCLUSIVELY. “She missed out on her glory days and wants to experience them now. That’s why she wants Kanye to put her in one of his future music videos.” The source goes on, adding “that would be a another dream of hers. She already knows and feels she’s beautiful and now, she wants to give those video vixens a run for their money. She wants to be lusted after, just for a second, to know what it feels like to be younger and sought after.”
Kanye West Sings ‘Isn’t She Lovely’ To Caitlyn Jenner On Father’s Day
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Caitlyn celebrated her first Father’s Day on Jun. 21 and it was one she’ll never forget!
Caitlyn celebrated with her family and enjoyed some off-road dirt biking, but it was Kanye singing to her that made the day extra special.
“Kanye asked Caitlyn and [the rest of the family] who were there to have a seat because he wanted to say something,” another source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “He said, ‘This is for you, Caitlyn,’ and he just started belting out the most wonderful rendition of Stevie Wonder’s ‘Isn’t She Lovely.'”
“The whole point was for Kanye to convey to Cailtyn that she’s lovely and that everyone in that room, including himself, loves her.”
HollywoodLifers, do you think Caitlyn will be a sexy video vixen?
— Eric Ray