The reality star looks stunning in yellow!
It's official: you can now add Caitlyn Jenner to the growing list of celebrities that have been Simpsonized! The E! star and public figure is the latest person to get animated by artist aleXsandro Palombo as a muse for his popular Simpsons-inspired artwork. The contemporary artist and outspoken activist shared quite a few images to his Facebook that showed the new project entitled "Call me Wonder Caitlyn."
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"Caitlyn Jenner is the star of the new series of Artworks by the artist aleXsandro Palombo who focuses on the rights of Transgender with his irreverent and satirical style," Palombo's team said in a statement.
The images, all available on his Facebook and for sale, include re-creations of Jenner's famous Vanity Fair magazine cover, including one of the star of the Simpsons, Homer Simpson, reading the magazine spread while on the phone, presumably sharing the good news. The back cover of the magazine read, "Meet single transgender women looking for men!" Caitlyn has publicly said that she might identify as asexual.
There's also a somewhat controversial and funny shot of Homer in bed with Caitlyn instead of Marge - after reports that the famous couple was experiencing problems. He also added in some more motivational with images of Jenner as Wonder Woman as she promotes "Trans Rights Now."
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As a note, with the release of the Vanity Fair story, Caitlyn has chosen to identify publicly as a woman and I4U and any news outlets of credit should refer to her using female pronouns.