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Caitlyn Jenner Joins Twitter And Gains 623,000 Followers Immediately, Uses Double-Rainbow Background Photo

Caitlyn Jenner has joined Twitter, and the new Twitter account quickly racked up 623,000 followers shortly after going live. The verified Twitter account @Caitlyn_Jenner features the popular photo of Jenner on the cover of Vanity Fair as its profile photo. The description shows the delight of Jenner to live a life that reveals who she really is inside.

I’m so happy after such a long struggle to be living my true self. Welcome to the world Caitlyn. Can’t wait for you to get to know her/me.

The Twitter description is the same sentiment echoed in the Vanity Fair article titled “Call Me Caitlyn,” released on Monday to much buzz.

The first tweet for the new Twitter account was posted at 12:17 p.m. on June 1, and that tweet has been favorited more than 103,000 times — and retweeted more than 121,000 times.

“The last three days about doing the shoot was about my life. Bruce always had to tell a lie. He always had a secret from morning till night. Caitlyn doesn’t have any secrets. As soon as this Vanity Fair cover comes out, I’m free.”

For those wondering what the sports world is planning to do for Jenner, Caitlyn will get a courage award at the ESPY’s, reports the Washington Post. Writer James Andrew Miller let people know that Caitlyn will receive the Arthur Ashe courage award.

Other news released about Caitlyn on Twitter was the fact that she’s receiving a prestigious ESPY award.

As reported by the Inquisitr, more shocking revelations from the most recent KUWTK episode Sunday evening revealed Kim Kardashian’s second pregnancy with husband Kanye West.

Beyond Twitter, the video titled “Caitlyn Jenner Is Finally Free on Vanity Fair’s Cover” on the Vanity Fair YouTube channel is currently going viral. In it, Jenner describes how she at last feels free as Caitlyn, and like she’s no longer living a lie. The fact that the cover photo has emerged is a huge milestone in Caitlyn’s life, and reactions are plenty.

Published on June 1, the YouTube video provides a behind-the-scenes looks at the photoshoot behind the much buzzed about cover photo.

“The transgender Olympic champion, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, reveals her true self in a photo shoot by Annie Leibovitz and interview with Buzz Bissinger.”

Although Jenner admitted fear and a bit of freaking out the day after Caitlyn’s facial softening surgery, the Vanity Fair press release goes on to say that she doesn’t regret the process. Genital surgery has not yet occurred for Caitlyn.

[Image via Twitter]