Competition! Kris Jenner Is ~So Jealous~ Of The New Lady In Corey Gamble's Life

Kris Jenner has got some competition!

These days, Corey Gamble seems to be saving all his affection for his new dog named Bridgette. In this clip from Thursday's all-new episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the 39-year-old demands that the precious pup join them for lunch at Geoffrey's in Malibu, but it's all just part of plan to get back at his 64-year-old girlfriend.

"Kris is the one that wanted the dog, but I'm doing 99.7 percent of all dog duties," Gamble confesses. "So, what I think I got to do now is, all the attention that I used to give Kris, I think I gotta just give it all to Bridgette."

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"Let me get your door, my little sweetheart," he says to his four-legged friend upon arriving at the oceanside restaurant.

"What happened to my door?" the matriarch asks her man.


After sweetly calling Bridgette "Pumpkin," Gamble spoils the pooch even further by ordering organic grilled chicken for his "daughter." He also went on about all the fun plans he has in store for the new lady in his life.

"Bridgette's so happy to be here," he adds. "I want to take her to Palm Springs, I want to take her to a Lakers game."

"Looks like I have some competition," the mom of six admits.

"Competition? No one comes before Bridgette," he corrected. "There's Bridgette, then the world. She's number one and you're Kris."


The prank-loving couple have been in a romantic relationship 2014, much of which has been captured on the E! reality show.

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On September 8, Kim Kardashian announced that KUWTK would be ending after 14 years and 20 seasons. Sources exclusively told OK! that the family wasn’t quite ready to walk away from the show yet, but the network refused to pay another $150 million to keep the Kardashian crew around for another five years.

"The last deal Kris signed was in 2017 giving her and the family $30 million per season. That deal has expired, and greedy Kris wanted at least $40 million per season to continue even though ratings have been declining dramatically," a source told OK!.

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As for Jenner's next move, there was speculation she could be joining the The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but OK! learned they wouldn’t pay her enough, and she wouldn’t work for Andy Cohen.

"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," an insider exclusively told OK!.

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"Kris isn’t going to take Andy seriously as a boss. Kris knows more about producing a hit show than him," the source 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."

Cohen also addressed rumors of Jenner joining the franchise on his SiriusXM channel Radio Andy. "I got so many DMs and tweets saying Kris should join Housewives. 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," Cohen said.

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"I think it would be a huge get too, and by the way, she is already connected with the cast. She knows, she’s good buddies with Kyle no joke, she knows everyone on the show," Andy continued.


"She is buddies with Lisa Rinna I think. I don’t think she would do it. She is leaving a show for which she has total control over. Why would she leave and join a show that she has no control over? She wouldn’t be an executive producer of the show, she wouldn’t have control over the edits, so I think for someone who is used to having so much power over a show, I can’t see her surrendering that power," the 52-year-old producer added.

“It would be a huge get, I really don’t think she would do it … I don’t think she would do it as a friend," he concluded.


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