VIDEO: Kim Kardashian Was Harshly Booed During Her Toast At The Tom Brady Roast

Kim Kardashian made a special appearance on Netflix’s The Greatest Roast of All Time featuring Tom Brady, and she is likely regretting it.

Kim Kardashian was booed by the upset audience during The Roast of Tom Brady.

Those watching the live roast began to jeer Kim Kardashian after Kevin Hart summoned her from her table in the crowd to the stage for a “special toast” on Sunday. The jeers were too loud for her to continue her joke about Hart.

“Alright, alright,” she said.

Hart was heard saying, “Whoa! Who

When the boos subsided, Kardashian continued with her roast concentrating on Brady.

I wasn’t going to come tonight, but since I’m not here as Tom’s date, there’s still a good chance I might,” Kardashian said, making her first reference to the rumors that she and the quarterback dated

Kardashian then made reference to her infamous 2007 sex tape: “Speaking of Tom and I dating, I know there were some rumors that we were, and I’d never say if we did or not, I’d just release the tape.”

During the toast, Kardashian joked that things would “never work out” between them as she compared Tom Brady to her stepdad, Jenner, who transitioned in 2015.

Kim Kardashian And Tom Brady Were Previously Linked As Dating Each Other

Kardashian and Brady were linked in spring 2023 following his split from Gisele Bündchen. The two of them were even spotted together at Michael Rubin’s star-studded party in the Hamptons in July 2023.

Sources told PEOPLE there was nothing romantic going on between the reality star and NFL legend, though one insider claimed that Kim Kardashian was overheard saying she had a “crush” on Brady.

third source confirmed to PEOPLE nothing romantic happened despite her comment at the party.
“They are friends and have a lot of respect for each other,” the source said. “Kim is very focused on her kids and her businesses and not in a relationship right now.”
Brady finalized his divorce from Gisele Bündchen in October 2022, during his final year in the NFL.