Caitlyn Jenner insisted she isn't upset about a Halloween costume based on her Vanity Fair cover because she is ''in on the joke''.
Caitlyn Jenner isn't upset about Halloween costumes based on her Vanity Fair cover.
There has been a great deal of controversy over an outfit from retailer Spirit Halloween which features an advert showing a tattooed man wearing the low-cut white garment, a wig and sash with 'Call Me Caitlyn' written on it.
However, Caitlyn - who was known as Bruce Jenner before her transition from male to female - insisted she doesn't care.
She told 'Today's Matt Lauer: ''I'm in on the joke. I don't think it's offensive at all. I know the [LGBTQ] community does and they've gotten a lot of criticism for doing it. I think it's great.''
However, the 65-year-old reality TV star revealed one minor complaint, joking: ''They could have a better looking outfit.''
Defending the costume previously, Lisa Barr, senior director of marketing at the company, said: ''At Spirit Halloween, we create a wide range of costumes that are often based upon celebrities, public figures, heroes and superheroes.
''We feel that Caitlyn Jenner is all of the above and that she should be celebrated. The Caitlyn Jenner costume reflects just that.''