The reality momager Kris Jenner covers the latest cover of The Hollywood Reporter.


Check out the highlights from the magazine below:

Executive Producer Robert Lifton on Kris: “…is designed to reach our target audience, women ages 25 to 45,” he says. “It’s going to be an amalgamation of other shows, and it will all be very ‘lite.’ It’s not about reinventing the wheel; it’s about the cult of personality.”

On if Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will get married: There are no plans for a wedding, says Jenner, and if one takes place, it won’t be of the Kim-Humphries sort: “This time it will be private and smaller, if she does get married again — not 500 people.”

Kris on the Kardashian haters: “We’ve created businesses and a workplace,” she insists. “It’s so funny that somebody can criticize a show like ours, and yet we employ hundreds of people. And it’s been such a great learning experience for all of my kids. It’s the best education I could offer them.”

Ryan Seacrest on the Kardashian empire: “When I first met Kris, she was a loving Valley mom with a brood of kids from a blended modern family who just had this inkling that their story was somehow relatable and could be a TV show,” says Seacrest, who shares executive producer credit with her on Kardashians. “Now, she has experienced the entertainment business and beyond — both the upside and downside of fame — and I think her journey over the last eight years or so has given her a wisdom you don’t get but through hard-earned experiences.”

Kim on her mom: “You see her [on Kardashians] as this ‘momager’ type. It would be better if people saw just how nurturing she is. She wants to help people and get it all done — it’s not craziness all the time. This is a perfect platform to show a side of her that hasn’t been shown before.”


Kris on politics: “I do like Obama,” she says, though, “I’m not [one to] get on a soapbox and talk about politics, ever.” Her second husband, Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner, and she differ on that subject. “Bruce loves Fox News. We’re politically opposites. He’s very Republican, but I am more liberal.”

Kris on her affair that caused the demise of her marriage to Robert Kardashian: “You know what I felt like after a little bit? It was like I was married to this guy who was my best friend, and he was an amazing man, [but] I don’t think I was mature enough to know that’s how marriage evolves. I felt like I loved him madly but not passionately. I didn’t know enough to think you can have a companion in life and grow old together and share all these things.”

Kris on O.J. Simpson: “You know, it’s very challenging because God asks us to forgive one another and to be kind to one another and to let Him do the judging. The Bible says don’t judge anybody else. And I try to live by that. I try not to judge anybody. Am I devastated, am I confused, am I all the things that I felt since that morning when I found out that my girlfriend had been murdered? Yes. But it’s taken me a long time to get to this place of where I need to let God judge him and not me.”

Her hope for the Kris show: “So many women give up in life when they get a little bit older,” she reflects. “I want to be a positive influence. I want to come from a really good place. Some people are just lost, and maybe I can be an inspiration.”

On her being doubtful at times: “I may put on a brave face from time to time. But inside, sometimes I’m very scared.”


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