Kendall Jenner ‘spills her guts’ on James Corden

She may have deleted her Instagram but Kendall Jenner is not going anywhere fast.

Last night she made a guest appearance on James Corden’s Late Late Show to promote her and her sister Kylie’s new book, City of Indra: The Story of Lex and Livia.

But in true American chat show format, bosses enticed her to play a ‘fun’ game.

Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts involves the guest deciding to either answer a very tough personal question or forfeit it by eating one of the ‘bushtucker trial-esque’ foods.

Kendall Jenner ‘spills her guts’ on James Corden

And the crew over at the American chat show didn’t hold back with any of the questions - from asking her to rank her nieces and nephews to probing her about her sister Kylie’s wellness.

Kylie cancelled her appearance on the show the day before due to being sick, although Corden then held up and a paparazzi image of the star out and about with niece North just hours before the taping.


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