It would be a massive understatement to say that Caitlyn Jenner had a big year in 2015.
In the weeks after Caitlyn made her debut on the cover of Vanity Fair, the Olympian turned reality star turned trans advocate was everywhere.
Naturally, there was a concerted effort to cash in on Caitlyn's popularity, but the public's interest in her story hasn't translated to big bucks the way some believed it would.
First, her reality show, I Am Cait, fared poorly in the ratings.
The series has been renewed for a second season, but will never attract an audience on par with that of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, as E! execs had hoped.
Now, in another sign that Cait's popularity is plummeting, the 66-year-old has been forced to cancel a five-city speaking engagement tour, reportedly due to lack of interest and poor ticket sales.
Reps for Caitlyn tell TMZ that the tour was canceled because of a scheduling conflict, but the website reached out to venue in Toronto where Caitlyn was scheduled to speak, and employees confirmed that "a lot" of tickets remained unsold.
The site also points out that before her transition, Caitlyn regularly sold out nationwide speaking tours.
Perhaps her year f big exposure has simply resulted in Caitlyn fatigue.