Kris Jenner is going to be a guest host on 'The Talk'.

The showbiz matriarch - who manages the careers of her daughters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian - has signed up to appear on the panel of the CBS TV show for two weeks in the upcoming season.

Kris, 55, is also being considered as a permanent substitute when regular Sharon Osbourne is unable to appear.

Sheryl Underwood will also be joining 'The Talk' as a permanent member of the panel, which as well as Sharon also includes Julie Chen and Sara Gilbert.

However, Leah Remini and Holly Robinson Peete haven't had their contracts renewed for the second series which kicks off on September 6.

Meanwhile, Kris' lesser known daughters Kendall and Kylie Jenner are set to take more prominent roles in the family's reality TV show 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians'.

The pair are going to be featured more because Kim - who married basketball star Kris Humphries last weekend - and Kourtney have their own upcoming series 'Kim & Kourtney Take New York' and Khloe has a spin-off show with husband Lamar Odom and it's something Kendall is looking forward to.

Kendall said: "We're having so much fun. Kylie and I are really happy ... We weren't really a big deal in the show a while ago ... We didn't even really wanna be in it too much, we were just not into it, we were in school, we wanted to be with our friends and have fun."