Caitlyn Jenner will appear in Cleveland to lend her support to Republicans as the city hosts next week's Republican National Convention.

Jenner will headline a “Big Tent Brunch” on Wednesday, July 20, two days after the four-day convention opens.

The event is sponsored by Equality Ohio, an LGBT rights group, Log Cabin Republicans, a gay GOP group, and the American Unity Fund, which supports socially liberal conservative candidates.

“The party conventions are like the political Olympics, and I'm excited to be headed to Cleveland to stand with my fellow LGBT Republicans and allies,” Jenner said in a statement given to The Daily Beast. “As a proud Republican and transgender woman, I want to support courageous Republicans who advocate for LGBT freedom. Our country's nondiscrimination laws must be updated and this cannot be achieved without bipartisan support. Congress needs to act, along with almost thirty Republican states, to update our nondiscrimination laws. I want to do my part to persuade more Republicans to support freedom for millions of LGBT Americans.”

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Former talk show host Montel Williams, a Republican who supports LGBT rights, will introduce Jenner at the event.

Jenner has not said whether she plans to attend the GOP convention where Donald Trump will be named the party's nominee.