Cameras from Caitlyn Jenner's upcoming reality show, I Am Cait, will be with the former Olympic athlete as she receives the Arthur Ashe Courage award at the ESPY awards on Wednesday night, RadarOnline.com has learned, so that footage from her big night can be included in the E! docuseries.
As the big night approaches, the 65-year-old is "having her hair and make-up done and talking with her stylist," an insider told Radar. "The production company is picking up the bill for all of the services that Caitlyn receives today."
"Cameras will be with Caitlyn in the car as she goes to the ESPYs, and with her as she comes off the stage. It's expected to of course be a very emotional night, and Caitlyn is excited for her fans to share this journey and very exciting time with her," the source said.
But the speech Caitlyn will give after receiving the award is likely to irk her ex-wife, Kris Jenner.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Caitlyn," is not planning on mentioning her at all," a source previously said.
"Caitlyn has prepared a speech and she has been rehearsing it and reading it to some of her children to make sure that it sounds right," the insider said.
As Radar previously reported, Caitlyn will be wearing "a dress designed by Patricia Field, who is not only amazingly talented, but also a huge supporter of the transgender community."