By Sonya Magett, EnStars | Jul 21, 2013 05:14 PM EDT
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The Bachelor Season 13 star Melissa Rycroft entertained the likes of reality tv royalty last week.
Rycroft revealed on Twitter on July 19 that she would appear on the new daytime talk show Kris, which is hosted by Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kris Jenner. Kris premiered in 6 markets on FOX on July 15.
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Rycroft posted a "selfie" of herself wearing athletic clothing and sneakers. In the image she is hanging out backstage in one of the green rooms as she waits her turn to appear on the new daytime talk show.
Rycroft captioned the Twitter picture: "Hanging out backstage at @KrisJennerShow - Hmmmm....what could I be doing in workout gear?! @KrisJenner," she tweeted on July 19.
Rycroft performed a cheerleading segment for the Kardashian matriach before a live studio audience. Jenner's BFF Kathie Lee Gifford was a guest co-host for the segment on Friday.
Rycroft won Season 13 of The Bachelor when single father Jason Resnick proposed to her during the season finale in 2009. During the live The Bachelor: After The Rose special, Resnick admitted that he changed his mind about Rycroft and broke up with her. He said he had a change of heart and wanted to give love a chance with runner-up Molly Malaney. He then asked Malaney for a chance to date him. The couple later became engaged in October, 2009; wed in February, 2010 and welcomed their own child, a daughter Rainey.
Rycroft found love in Tye Strickland after the split. They married and also welcomed a child, a daughter Ava.
She later appeared on Season 15 of Dancing With The Stars All Stars edition and won the competition.
Watch Melissa Rycroft's guest appearance on Kris below.
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