Things have not been looking up for Kardashian mom-ager and talk show host Kris Jenner. Not only has her Kris talk show failed to be picked up after six weeks on the air, but now her production crew is saying that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was "unbearable" to work with.
In a tell-all interview, Jenner's crew said that they were thrilled when the show was cancelled, dishing on how she would constantly arrive on set in a foul mood after a night of partying. "We could not wait for the end of the show's six-week trial period," the source said.
"Working with Kris was absolutely unbearable. She would show up on set hungover and demand her beauty team to fix her up and make her look stunning.
"Kris would give goody bags to the audience, but instead of giving the crew some too, which is typical, she insisted that she take them home to her family. Talk about tacky," the source continued.
It was also said that Jenner did not even present the production crew with gifts following the end of the series, a tradition that is appearently done when a talk show has ended.
"At the wrap party, Kris gifted the crew with fleece blankets that looked like they came directly off an American Airlines plane — they didn't even have the show's logo embroidered on them," the source complained.
"There is no chance the talk show is going to get a green light from FOX. The ratings were averaging an abysmal 0.8 and advertisers were less than enthusiastic about it."
During its brief run, perhaps the show's top moment was when Kanye West dropped by to show off his newborn baby — and Jenner's granddaughter — North West.
"After I lost my mother [Donda West], there were times — well, I put myself at risk," West said when he debuted North's picture. "I felt like sometimes I didn't have something to live for."
"Now I have two really special people to live for. A whole family to live for. A whole world to live for," he added.