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A reality TV wildcat was quickly captured after attracting a large crowd on the University of Arizona campus.

"Keeping up with the Kardashians" stars Kourtney Kardashian and boyfriend Scott Disick were scheduled to film a scene at the UA bookstore on Monday, until the show's producers called it off.

According to the Daily Wildcat, several students began congregating outside the building, after news broke that the couple would soon arrive. Producers felt the scene would look unnatural on TV.

The cancellation seemingly didn't stop fans from waiting to catch a glimpse of the reality star.

Pre-physiology freshman Janet Sananixay had been waiting outside the bookstore for more than an hour by about 5 p.m., having came straight from math class.

Kardashian, who's an UA alumni, took the opportunity to roam her old stomping grounds, which is evident in a photo posted on her Instagram page.,

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