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Bette Midler Sings Kim Kardashian's Famous Tweets - Watch Now!

Bette Midler Sings Kim Kardashian's Famous Tweets - Watch Now!

Bette Midler took part in a hilarious segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (March 9) to sing Kim Kardashian‘s funniest and most ridiculous tweets.

The 69-year-old entertainer crooned the audience with Kim‘s words of wisdom, including, “Ugh, I hate falling asleep with all my makeup on,” and “I never thought I would ever say this… But I’m wearing flats today.”

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Kim has yet to comment on Bette‘s performance.

Watch the segment below!


Bette Midler Sings Kim Kardashian’s Tweets

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  • Mental Floss

    Why, oh why?

  • xxx.AIDS.xxx

    The truth about Kim Kardashian: she looks like an indigenous with all the surgery she’s got done and her new “Mars” hair just accentuates this

  • Lori

    I love it when really talented people call Dumb Dumb out. Her and Kanye are the laughing stocks of the world. They need to go away and be parents instead of attention seeking trolls.

  • Guest

    One of the smarter send-ups of the vapid space that is Kim Kartrashian.

  • Welly

    Don’t make a fool out of yourself Bett midler. We don’t need another idiot like kim. Kim prombley anbarrashed of what happen and don’t want to show her augly face. Just kim and Kayne go back to la and be with your kid that you haven’t seen for 2 weeks.

  • Welly

    That kid prombley doesn’t know who you idiots are or look like anymore. Don’t even want to hear what bette sounds like.

  • ShaSta Sauce

    Pardon?

  • Bufu

    You should probably stick with picture books and leave text to those who can read and write.