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Michael Buble Calls Kim Kardashian a "Bitch" During Show

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Michael Buble definitely won’t be invited to Kim kardashian’s next wedding as he has called her a “bitch” right on stage during a concert perfomance this weekend.

Michael Buble of ‘Cry me a River’ fame, much like the rest us, doesn’t seem to have much sympathy for Kim since she filed for a surprise divorce from her second husband, Kris Humphries, after just 72 days of marriage.

Buble called Kim the B-word as part of a joke he played on his audience.  Performing at the iHeartRadio Live concert in New York, he told the audience: “Ladies and gentleman, I have a very special guest … Please welcome Kim Kardashian to the stage.”

Fans then collectively gasped when he quickly added: “Nah, just f***ing with you! That bitch isn’t coming on my stage.”

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Michael – who married Argentinean model-and-actress Luisana Lopilato in April – then dedicated his version of Nina Simone’s ‘Feeling Good’ to Kris Humphries.

He also said of the couple: “She hurt him, she hurt him! I wish she had hurt me!”

Last week, Kris’ father William Humphries claimed his son had been “blindsided” by the divorce filing and had no idea it was coming.

He said: “There was never a discussion about it – it just came out of nowhere and blindsided Kris.  How could someone do that? Kris was completely surprised. The news was already published before he found out. Kris is hurting, but we’re here for him. It’s not a nice situation.”

It seems that people still have plenty of respect for the institution of marriage – and Kim appears to have abused this hallowed covenant purely for her own gross profit and publicity. People will still love you after a sex tape release but don’t expect them to back you after you trash the sanctity of marriage.