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Nikki Glaser on Tom Brady’s roast regrets, Kim Kardashian calling it ‘abuse’

After knocking her set out of the park at last week’s Tom Brady roast, comedian Nikki Glaser discussed the controversial live TV event, including new regrets from the former New England Patriots quarterback for the hill marathon live, and how she received a rating. of Kim Kardashian calling the experience a form of “abuse.”

Following the May 6 roast Best Roast Ever: Tom BradyBrady said on The pivotal podcast that he appreciated when comedians took humorous jabs at almost every aspect of his life, but didn’t mind the jabs aimed at his family, adding that the comments had an impact on his children, “the people who care about him the most.” in the world.”

“I feel like maybe he didn’t consider the negative reactions from his family and how it would affect them, and I understand that,” Glaser said Wednesday. Today with Hoda and Jenna. “But I also think Tom Brady doesn’t do anything without doing his research and knowing what he’s getting into. But there’s a part of me that thinks Tom Brady, especially given his career and the love people have for him, no one has ever said a bad thing to him in the last 30 years.

Another surprising moment came during the roast when Brady approached comedian Jeff Ross after telling a joke about Patriots CEO Robert Kraft receiving a message from the man of the hour after joining the team. Brady told Ross, “Don’t say that shit again,” to which Ross agreed. Kraft pleaded not guilty to soliciting prostitution at a Florida day spa in 2019; all charges against Kraft were dropped after video cameras installed by police in the spa were ruled inadmissible in court.

“I thought maybe it was a joke or maybe they had choreographed it in advance, but that was definitely not the case,” Glaser said while speaking with the morning show hosts. “I felt like maybe it was a little more than he anticipated…he didn’t anticipate how to react, because you kind of have to practice, like, ‘what am I going to do?’ Halfway through, she reflected, Brady “decided what laugh he was going to do,” but added that she thought the deeply personal jabs “kind of shook him up…I don’t really think not that he thought they were going to go there. »

Glaser also revealed during a podcast interview earlier this week that Kim Kardashian told him the experience of being booed and having a comedian make crude and sexist jokes at her during the roast was “abuse “.

Appearing as a guest on Jake Johnson and Gareth Reynolds’ show We are here to help you podcast on May 13, Glaser discussed some direct messages she exchanged with the reality TV icon after the two appeared on the live Netflix event where the seven-time Super Bowl champion was skewered in front of an audience. While detailing her set at the roast to the podcast hosts, Glaser mentioned that after the taping at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, Kardashian took the time to send her a personal message.

“(Kardashian) said, ‘You killed it on the roast,'” Glaser told Johnson and Reynolds. “I said, ‘Kim, oh my god. I was trying to make eye contact with you whenever I could to tell you: damn, you killed it, girl. Which was no surprise after your SNL monologue, which was elite. You are so talented. Thank you so much for writing to me, it was so nice.’

According to Glaser, Kardashian responded, “Aww thanks, and YOU killed it.” I don’t know how you do that. This is abuse LOL.

During the live recording, Kardashian found herself booed by members of the studio audience as she approached the podium for her set. The longtime reality star didn’t respond to the audience’s rude reception, smiling politely as she held a glass of champagne in the unprecedented moment. Maintaining her composure, Kardashian glanced at the crowd and said, “Alright, alright, alright,” with a slight laugh.

Netflix removed boos for live stream of roast; a Netflix executive previously said The Hollywood Reporter that Kardashian was not consulted about the edit and called the change “standard practice for comedy specials and that happens on live shows.” Best Roast Ever: Tom Bradywhich was part of Netflix’s Is a Joke Fest, was streamed live, which Netflix billed as the first-ever roast to do so without editing.

Kardashian was also the subject of comments described as misogynistic by comedian Tony Hinchcliffe during her set at the roast after speaking about comedy. Presenter: The Legend of Ron BurgundyThe memorable phrase “The whale’s vagina” from: “…The vagina of a whale, which reminds me, Kim Kardashian is there. A lot of black men celebrated in her end zone,” Hinchcliffe said, then addressed her directly, saying, “Kim, some advice: Close your legs. You have more public issues than Kendrick and Drake.

Hinchcliffe didn’t really choose Kardashian; comedians Sam Jay and Bert Kreischer received a real burn from the insult comic.

The businesswoman and mother of four also heard some light mocking from Brady when he took the podium — but the gag was less of a dig at Kardashian and more at her ex, Kanye West.

“Thank you very much for being here,” he said. “I know Kim was terrified to be here tonight. Not because of that, but because his children are at home with their father.

Present at the ticketed event, which drew thousands of Brady fans to the Kia Forum in Inglewood, were Ben Affleck, Jim Gaffigan, Amanda Kloots, Richard Kind, Chelsea Handler and Dane Cook, as well as NFL pros Rob Gronkowski (who also ended up becoming the butt of many of the evening’s jokes), Randy Moss, Rodney Harrison, Julian, Edelman and Matt Light, among others.

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News Source : www.hollywoodreporter.com

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