Kris Jenner puts diva rumours to rest at National Television Awards

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Kris Jenner put rumours of her diva behaviour to rest at the National Television Awards on Wednesday night. The 59-year-old had been accused of making numerous demands ahead of her appearance at the awards, including rumours that she would only be photographed alongside "A-list talent" and wouldn't walk down more than six stairs at a time.

However the mother-of-six appeared to poke fun at the reports as she shared an Instagram photo of herself standing with friends Joyce Bonelli and Rob Scheppy on stairs after the awards.

 

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Kris Jenner shared a picture of herself on the stairs after the National Television Awards



"Just a little nibble to end a really amazing night with @joycebonelli @robscheppy #theartsclub #glamour #theglamorouslife #NTA" she wrote.

Kris also posed happily for pictures alongside TV stars including Coronation Street's Antony Cotton and former X Factor contestant Jake Quickenden.

Jake described the reality TV star as "delectable" and said she was a "lovely lady", while Antony shared a selfie of them together, tweeting: "Me and my new BBF @KrisJenner".



However Kris did suffer a bit of a mishap when she took to the stage to present the Multichannel award. While she read the first nominee out on time, Kris appeared to miss the rest of her autocue timings and mispronounced Geordie Shore as "Georgie Shore".

Viewers were clearly amused by the slip-up, with one tweeting: "They get Kris Jenner all the way from the States to present an award and she can't read the autocue."

 

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Kris Jenner presented the Multichannel award at the NTAs



Kris was filming her awards appearance for the new series of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and also used her time on stage as an opportunity to flirt with host Dermot O'Leary.

"May I say, you [the UK] have the most handsome television host," Kris said, adding her commiserations to Dermot for missing out on the Entertainment Presenter award. "I just wanted to give you my condolences because I would have voted for you".

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