"I think she fits the bill … Anything is possible," Beauvais told Extra when asked about Jenner potentially joining the hit reality franchise.
"I never thought I'd do reality, so anything is possible," she added.
Ever since it was announced on Tuesday, September 8, that KUWTK would come to an end in 2021, rumors have been circulating that Jenner would be joining RHOBH when her contract with E! expires.
Producer Andy Cohen even weighed in on if the momager should switch networks. "I got so many DMs and tweets saying Kris should join Housewives," he said on his SiriusXM channel Radio Andy. She is good friends with Kyle Richards, this should happen, make it happen and then I tweeted that I would be talking about it on the radio today and I got a whole bunch of tweets saying don’t do it. It’s so interesting to me."
However, OK! exclusively reported that Jenner would not join the hit show because Bravo wouldn’t pay her enough, and she wouldn’t be on a show where she’s not in charge.
"Kris is the creator, executive producer and star on Keeping Up With the Kardashians — one of the most successful shows in television history — why would she go from this to just being another replacement cast member on a show that is coming to an end? Kris is used to being the boss and would never join another show unless she was also made an executive producer and given edit approval," a source told OK!.
"Kris isn’t going to take Andy seriously as a boss. Kris knows more about producing a hit show than him," the insider continued. "Plus, those ladies earn nothing compared to the Kardashian money she got as a producer, creator, star and her cut as manager from everyone else on that show. Simply put, Bravo can’t afford Kris."