Eh... it looks like Kris Jenner is engaged to Corey Gamble

09 August, 2018, 15:58 | Author: Dominic Spencer
  • Kris Jenner sits down with James Corden on 'The Late Late Show' on Aug. 7

Thanks to his late-night game "Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts", James Corden knows how to extract particularly well-kept secrets from celebrities on CBS' The Late Late Show.

However, now the rumours are heating up that Kris Jenner is engaged to Corey Gamble.

The reality TV star laughed loudly and put a cricket in her mouth to avoid answering the question.

"NO, I'm not gonna answer", Kris said, as she looked up the cricket she was going to have to eat. "Are you and Corey Gamble engaged?"

Like a dog with a bone, James refused to let Kris skirt around the issue so easily and pointed out the large diamond ring she has been sporting on her wedding finger.

"No! I'm not going to answer", Jenner said as the camera cut to a shot of Gamble on the side of the stage grinning from ear to ear. Corden said, pointing to a sparkler on Jenner's ring finger.


"But there is A ring", Corden responds, to which Jenner giggles.

Jenner previously gushed about her boo in an interview with Us Weekly, dishing on how Gamble has become a fixture in her big, famous fam.

"You're the executive producer of Keeping Up With the Kardashians".

"He's great. Corey is so easy and at the same time so smart and intelligent", she said.

Contemplating the idea of remarrying, Kris told Ellen DeGeneres in 2017: 'You know I've done that twice and it didn't work out so well.

"I'm not going to turn on one of my girls!"

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