Kris Jenner rose to fame as the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner family and the brains behind her children’s pop-cultural brand as one of the world’s biggest entertainers.
Although the TV personality’s children had their differences, the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” stars continued to support each other wholeheartedly, and their mother couldn’t be prouder.
During a recent appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” the mother-of-six opened up about his she felt about Kim Kardashian’s “SNL” debut and how she skillfully brokered a truce with Corey Gamble.
Kris Jenner Was Nervous About Kim’s Appearance
On October 29, a teaser of Kris’s interview was shared on YouTube. In anticipation of Halloween, the 65-year-old dressed as the iconic Disney villainess, Cruella de Vil.
The entertainer could easily be mistaken for the infamous “101 Dalmatians” character as she looked magnificent in the all-black outfit complete with Cruella’s signature black and white split wig and smoke pipe.
The sneak peek of the show’s Halloween episode captured the “Kris” host talking about her daughter’s first “SNL” show. The mother-of-six admitted that the family was not offended even though Kim’s jokes were at their expense.
Before the public roasting occurred, the “KKW Beauty” founder ran the jokes by her family for approval and even compensated her mother’s boyfriend with a bottle of wine.
Despite making the necessary preparations for her comedic debut, Kris was worried about Kim’s performance as the latter had failed at a previous venture. The matriarch explained:
“My daughter, I love her so much, but she was on Dancing With the Stars and couldn’t put two steps together, I was a bit nervous, thinking, ‘Please, let’s go back to dancing.’ She’s not a comedian.”
The Famous ‘Momager’ Is Proud Of Her Daughter
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As the manager of her children’s careers, Kris was dubbed the nickname ‘momager.’ The term fitted the 65-year-old perfectly as she has always been her children’s biggest supporter.
The Blast had previously discussed the Kardashian-Jenner family’s reactions to Kim’s “SNL” roast. The famous momager was at the top of the list with heartfelt praises for her second daughter.
The mother-of-six shared a video of Kim’s appreciation speech at the end of the show alongside a lengthy caption, in which she declared the 41-year-old as an “absolute rockstar.”
She also commended the TV host for a spectacular performance, which she described as a combination of “love, vulnerability, self-deprecation, humor, beauty, intelligence, and kindness.”
Kris ended the beautiful message with the words, “Congratulations my Kim, I love you so much, my girl. Xo P. S. And who knew she could rap?!”
The One Joke, The Kardashian-Jenner Family, Didn’t Allow
Earlier in October, The Blast shared that a particular joke had been wiped clean from the “SNL” show at the request of the Kardashian-Jenner family.
The controversial joke was centered around Kim’s ex-husband Ye’s allegations about her mother being a “white supremacist” over an unanswered text message.
This incident occurred while the rapper reportedly had a bipolar episode that influenced his tweet about the 65-year-old’s lack of response as “White supremacy at its highest.”
Naturally, his tweet went viral, which is why “SNL” content writers wished to make a joke out of it. However, Kim, Kris, and the “Yeezy” founder agreed that the white supremacist’s joke was in bad taste.