Kris Jenner
Poise Endorsement

Kris Jenner turns an embarrassing situation (ahem, peeing on TV) into her newest money-maker as she becomes a spokesperson for Poise panty liners.

Kris Jenner in Poise ad

Most women who suffer with urinary incontinence are embarrassed when they wet their pants and would probably try to hide it then discuss the matter discreetly with their doctor -- but not Kris Jenner! I guess we shouldn't be surprised, since she let the cameras follow her during her recent facelift.

On the latest episode of Keeping up with Kardashians, Kris pees her pants at a restaurant after Khloe doesn't let her out of the booth in enough time to go to the bathroom. "Just clench," Khloe says, knowing that her mom has an issue with peeing her pants.

After Kris returns to the table, mortified, Kourtney Kardashian insists her mom get it checked out.

Kris soon learns she has stress incontinence, which is a common problem for women after they have had children -- and Kris has had six of them!

Not one to let an opportunity pass her by, Kris pitches an endorsement deal and is now the spokesperson for Poise adult panty liner pads.

Check out Kris's first ad for Poise in their Great Women in History campaign, above. Kris represents Rosie the Riveter, who represents a woman who worked in U.S. factories during World World II.

"People think they're the only ones dealing with this," Jenner says. "When you realize that the woman sitting next to you is probably going through the same thing, you feel less lonely."

With Kim Kardashian's recent diagnosis of psoriasis, we wouldn't be surprised if that endorsement deal is also coming soon!

Tell us: What do you think? Do you think Kris Jenner is brave for coming out and talking about her stress incontinence -- or do you think money is her motivating factor?

Tags: urinary incontinence

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Comments on "Kris Jenner pees her pants on TV, gets endorsement deal"

Jane January 01, 2014 | 11:34 AM

Well done kris pretty women amongst us suffer too ,buying large pads somehow seems ok now ,with the right attitude they can feel fun too,

Richard October 20, 2013 | 7:34 AM

Is money Kris Jenner's motivation for being the spokeswoman for Poise panty liners? Well duh! But, what haven't the Kardashians marketed for economic gain? Everything from big butts to all of their personal bodily functions.....and people eat it up (so to speak) and buy it! It's one thing to turn lemons into lemonade - it's another to video tape your every move and put it on TV for consumer consumption. Who cares?! Kim Kardashian has a fat butt, videotaped her and dates a no class rap "artist". Kris Jenner turns the All American Boy, Bruce Jenner into a feminized half man half woman and parades him around in a humiliating fashion in her TV show and Bruce allows it! Even the President is tired of seeing Kardashian garbage on TV and in print media. Clearly, Kris Jenner is an emasculating masculinized woman, who knows she can get away with anything and America will pay money to watch it. So, is peeing her pants and then being the pitch woman for adult diaper pads brave? Seriously? What will the next bodily function or embarrassing human drama be that Kris Jenner markets for financial gain? Again, who cares? Get out a life America and say "no" to Kris Jenner and the so-called Kardashian clan empire of money for nothingness.

Tina January 27, 2012 | 5:47 AM

Well done to Kris Jenner for highlighting an important problem for many women. Good for her for turning what could have been an embarrassing situation into something positive. Well done Kris you're a brave lady and ignore the criticisms. Who doesn't want to make their kids financially secure.

mxb October 13, 2011 | 9:55 AM

uhh, sally s. ...rosie the riveter was a FICTIONAL chance she had kids outside of a "who framed roger rabbit" type of universe. KEEP IT REAL, girl !

sally s. August 17, 2011 | 2:38 PM

To compare Kris Jenner to Rosie the Riveter is an insult to women everywhere. I don’t think Rosie would allow her children to use the “F” word frequently especially in front of children; allow an explicit tape of her daughter to hit the Internet; promote anything, in any manner, for a buck; or become, as her own daughter Khloe called her “a fame .” If this is the image you want your company to portray, fine. It’s your company. Neither I however, nor any of my friends, will EVER purchase your products. It’s not the kind of image of women that we choose to support.

susie August 10, 2011 | 11:41 AM

There's a huge movement growing as I write on Facebook = Boycotting the Kardashian Wedding. What a hoot! Mama K supposed "worried sick" that people won't tune in. E-online won't let anyone post who talks about this but they can't stop the momentum.

christy strohminger August 04, 2011 | 7:18 PM

I do it also,I have to cross my legs when I cough or laugh to hard.Don't rid the top speed dragster at Cedar point amusement park,that was the most embarrassing yet. Thanks Chris Christy

Kelly August 02, 2011 | 11:29 AM

I think it's awsome, maybe it will help others get the help they need with this issue!! You go Kris

Kathleen Mullen Pryne August 02, 2011 | 9:20 AM

Thank you Kris! You have helped millions of women! I am happy that you brought this to public attention. Congratulations on your new endorsement! Sincerely, Kathleem Mullen Pruyne MSEDU

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