Scott Disick is going to bring back his alter ego 'Lord Disick'.
The 33-year-old television personality first became a Lord when he went through a traditional knighting ceremony in London in 2012, and he then turned 'Lord Disick' into his ridiculously over the top alter ego.
Now, his 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' co-stars Kris Jenner and Khloé Kardashian want him to bring the Lord back.
In a promotional clip for Sunday's (30.10.16) episode of the reality TV show, 60-year-old momager Kris said: ''We're bringing back the Lord. We miss the Lord, OK, so bring it back.''
Kris' daughter Khloé, 32, then told cameras: ''My mom and I decided that we want to prevent any more of our family members from being like, stuck in a dark, sad place. So why not show Scott his old Lord swag, to see if he misses it the way I miss the Lord?''
And Scott - who has three children, Mason, six, Penelope, four, and 22-month-old Reign, with Khloé's sister Kourtney Kardashian - admitted that although he felt ''pretty good'' being the Lord, he did think the character was ''obnoxious''.
He said: ''I never knew you wanted the Lord back so much. I always though the Lord was a little on the obnoxious side.
''I'm not going to lie, being in my old Lord paraphernalia feels pretty good. I felt like when I was a Lord I was flying all over the world getting in trouble, but if everybody wants it, I'm more than happy to bring it back.''
Even if Scott did decide to bring back his alter ego, he recently admitted he's getting sick of the party scene in which the Lord used to thrive.
He said previously: ''[It] just feels like it's so repetitive. I love [parties] and I'm gonna try to have a good night... but part of me feels like I just can't keep doing these for the rest of my life either.''
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