Thought you knew everything about Kris Jenner? Well, think again.

The famous momager has officially landed her own talk show on Fox, and the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star exclusively sat down with E! News today to discuss her new stint on the boob tube as well as daughter Kim Kardashian's pesky pregnancy cravings.

"This is a lifelong dream," the 57-year-old star exclusively tells E! News. "I used to visit Kathie Lee 20 years ago and thought how lucky she was to have a talk show. I can't believe this is really happening." 

As for the kontent?

Kris wants to incorporate "all her favorite things," and she hopes to "dig a little deeper" and bring her "own spin to the talk show world." She'll also be sharing more of herself and showing sides we've never seen before.

Meanwhile, Kris' daughter Kim is showing us a new motherly side, and the proud parent gets playful when E!'s Ken Baker reminds her that the premiere of the show and Kim's baby are due around the same time: 

"We could have a nursery on the set and I could babysit," the glamorous grandmother teased. "What do you think of that, Kim?" she jokingly says to the camera.

And while we're pretty sure Kanye West's ladylove wouldn't approve, we are confident Kim is thankful for her caring mother, who's clearly overjoyed by the baby news:

"Kim's doing great," she insists before revealing that the mama-to-be is battling some pesky pregnancy cravings. 

"She's craving Pizookies…it's a giant cookie and I think it's at BJs and I think it has ice cream on top, but right now it's all about the Pizookies. Last night, she was craving artichokes, Chinese chicken salad—no onion and French fries."

And of course, Kris couldn't help but note that daughters Kendall and Kylie are teasing her about the news, and in typical Kardashian fashion, she announced their punishment on camera:

"Kylie and Kendall are grounded. And can't come on mommy's show." 

Kase klosed! 

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