10:09pm PT by THR staff
Kris Jenner: Kim Kardashian's Ex Won't Be Cut From 'Kourtney & Kim Take New York' (Video)
Kim Kardashian's soon-to-be-ex-husband Kris Humphries won't be left on the cutting-room floor when E! Entertainment's Kourtney & Kim Take New York returns Nov. 27.
Kris Jenner -- who is currently promoting her new book, Kris Jenner ... And All Things Kardashian -- appeared on NBC's The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Tuesday night, where she was asked by the host if there are plans to "edit him out."
"No, no, no, no, no," insisted Jenner, a producer on the show, which wrapped filming on its second season a couple months ago. Kardashian filed for divorce Oct 31, only 72 days after she married the NBA player at a lavish ceremony in Montecito, Calif.
Continued Jenner: "We decided a long time ago when we first started doing these shows that we were going to be really just raw and not edit ourselves, and we don't take stuff out, as you see all the time, so I think everybody will get a really fascinating glimpse into the kids journey in New York City."
A source close to the Kardashian camp recently told The Hollywood Reporter that it was not clear whether a specific time frame had been set, or if there are loopholes, including a clause that would allow Kardashian to defend false allegations made against her.
But it appears that there is an end date on the media blackout. Jenner told Extra on Monday that her daughter will open up about her decision to file from divorce after only 72 days of marriage once "the dust settles."
"She needs to do what she's doing now and cry and figure it out," Jenner added. "She's just trying to follow her heart, and she's going to be OK."
The story would have the potential to earn the family -- notorious for making money off selling engagement and wedding photos to the weekly magazines -- a significant payday that could reach an estimated $300,000.
It also hasn't stopped Jenner from speaking about the impending divorce as she promotes her book, with the Tonight Show just the latest stop on a promotional tour that has also included Today, Good Morning America and The View.