“The T discussion is on a global scale now”, she stated.
“This show is going to be on in 130-something countries in 20 different languages”. “It makes this conversation go in to a worldwide universe”.
The blonde bombshell, star of ABC show Dirty Sexy Money and CBS’ Elementary, said she was proud of her friend and reiterated that they are not an item. While she and Caitlyn have developed a “genuine friendship”, as the Times put it, Cayne clarified that it’s just a friendship, nothing more, despite the dates and/or blossoming romance some of I Am Cait’s plotlines have tried to allude to.
Transgender actress Candis Cayne talked with “Extra’s” Charissa Thompson at Universal Studios Hollywood, and opened up about her relationship with Caitlyn Jenner.
Candis added about Caitlyn, “She’s opened up 200 percent since I met her, she’s just, like, living every day super happy to be alive”.
Caitlyn in her eight-part E! series I Am Cait has been documenting her transition that was first announced in April during a tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer.
Likewise, Jenny Boylan – also present for Caitlyn’s party, and other scenes on the show – describes herself as a “consultant” on the show, even; Jen Richards told After Ellen she was on a “short list” of candidates producers had in mind to appear, and she kept turning them down.
Later, Caitlyn told the camera: “These girls won’t give up”. She got to find out a bit more about the struggles some people go through inside the LGBT community as well as outside-she’s very aware that it’s all a learning curve for her and that “Caitlyn” is a work in progress. “Candis is a attractive woman, but as far as dating in the future, I have absolutely no idea”.
Candis was a drag performer in the 1990s in New York City before beginning her transition.
We love that Caitlyn has so much support from those closest to her.