Michael Buble's crowd tease: No Kim Kardashian on his stage
Surprise! Kim Kardashian is joining Michael Buble on stage! No wait, he's just kidding.
Michael Buble is no fan of Kim Kardashian, and he has let his true feelings for the reality star be known quite clearly! It all went down during a recent iHeartRadio! Live concert in downtown Manhattan.
Michael Buble reportedly told the crowd, "Ladies and gentleman, I have a very special guest. Please welcome Kim Kardashian." As the audience gasped in surprise, the Grammy winning singer continued, "Nah, just f*cking with you! That b*tch isn't coming on my stage."
That wasn't the end of it either! Michale Buble dedicated his next song, a cover of Nina Simone's "Feeling Good" to Kim Kardashian and soon-to-be ex-husband Kris Humphries, saying, "She hurt him, she hurt him! I wish she had hurt me!"
Other than Kim Kardashian's recent bad press for ending her 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries, a move that garnered national attention and criticism for potentially being a publicity stunt, it's not clear what Michael Buble has against the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star.
But it could be that Kim Kardashian did nothing to get on Buble's bad side.
In October, the crooner revealed he has a dark side and a temper that's been known to get him into trouble -- like the time Buble verbally attacked another patron in a hotel bar after the man rolled his eyes at him. "Let me own up to this stuff," Michael Buble said while promoting his memoir. "How am I going to get better if I don't own up to this stuff… The temper's still there -- absolutely. I was just insecure. I just lashed out. I just got hot really quick. My family's the same way."
The 36-year-old, who wed Argentinean beauty Luisana Lopilato in March of this year, went on during the concert to get his audience in a festive holiday spirit by playing songs from his new album Christmas. The new release is the first holiday-themed album for Michael Buble since 2003's Let It Snow.
What do you make of Michael Buble's Kim Kardashian remarks?