Kris Jenner has been confirmed to attend the National Television Awards. The 59-year-old will present one of the key awards at the event, which is held at London's O2 arena on 21 January.
Kris will also film scenes for the new series of her reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians while at the awards, which are hosted by Dermot O'Leary.
However Kris is reported to have made numerous demands from the event organisers before confirming her appearance. A source told The Sun that Kris will only be photographed alongside "A-list talent".
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Kris Jenner will present an award at the NTAs in January
"Kris sent a long list of demands before agreeing to do the show," the source said. "She doesn’t do stairs, germs or Z-Listers and has to fly first class." The source added that she is "happy to pose with fans but will only be photographed alongside A-List talent".
The mother-of-six has also reportedly told producers that she can’t be introduced as the mother of Kim Kardashian, as she wants to be known as a celebrity in her own right.
Kris has not yet commented on the reports. The reality TV star, who finalised her divorce from Bruce Jenner in December, revealed on Instagram that she has been suffering with flu for the last two weeks.
Votes for the National Television Awards close on 21 January. Other famous faces expected to attend include Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and David Walliams.