Caitlyn Jenner revealed herself to the world Monday in a highly anticipated Vanity Fair cover story.

Caitlyn, formerly Bruce Jenner, tweeted the Annie Leibovitz cover shot earlier this afternoon, setting social media ablaze.

"I think she looks great," Julie Roginsky said on "The Five" today. "I think she looks fantastic and I'm happy for her that she has finally been at peace with herself."

"This is clearly somebody who for her entire life has lived completely not at peace with who she was," Roginsky said. "And finally, this is a woman in her 60s who's saying, 'I'm happy with who I am and this is who I want to be.' And I think there's nothing wrong with that. I think it's fantastic."

"I think it was more courageous to come out as a conservative than to come out as Caitlyn," Andrea Tantaros remarked.

"Bruce Jenner did something that was very difficult. Bruce Jenner did something that he knew was probably going to give him a lot of grief. Bruce Jenner stood up loudly and proudly [and] declared he was a Republican," Eric Bolling said.

"One of the best athletes on the planet ever. He wants to be a boy or girl, knock yourself out."

Bolling added that the Vanity Fair magazine was sold out at the several newsstands he attempted to find it at.

"They really nailed it here. This is going to be a big, big selling issue."

Watch the clip above.

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