Nikki Glaser Reveals the Message Kim Kardashian Sent Her After the Tom Brady Roast

The standup comedian told the SKIMS founder that she “killed” the roast alongside the other participants

Nikki Glaser may have forged a new friendship with Kim Kardashian following The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady.

During an appearance on the We’re Here to Help podcast with Jake Johnson and Gareth Reynolds, the stand-up comedian revealed following the May 5 Netflix comedy special, fellow roaster Kardashian followed up with her after the live event.

Glaser, 39, shared with the co-hosts that the Kardashians star “DM’d her on the way in [to the podcast].” Johnson, 45, immediately gasped and shouted in amazement, “What?” With the hosts in disbelief, Glaser revealed what the SKIMS founder said her message to the comedian.

“She said, ‘You killed it on the roast,’ ” she shared and Reynolds inquired, “What did you say?”

“I wrote back, ‘Kim, oh, my God, I was trying to make eye contact with you every chance I could to mouth to you, ‘You f—ing killed, girl,’ which was no surprise after your SNL monologue, which was elite. You are so talented. Thank you so much for writing me.”

The two hosts then asked Glaser if Kardashian, 43, replied and prompted her to check her DMs. The comic joked that if the TV personality didn’t reply, it would be very “anti-climatic.” However, the mother of four did, in fact, write back, saying, “Aw, thanks! And YOU killed it! I don’t know how you do this. It’s abuse lol.”

Johnson then proposed Glaser follow up their message exchange and ask Kardashian if she’d ever want to grab a coffee. Reynolds quickly nixed the idea, leaving the New Girl alum to ask, “Is that insane?”

“I did not get the vibe she wants to hang out,” replied the comedian. “If I get that [vibe] ever, I will jump on it.”

He then proposed a second idea — which Glaser was game for — and told her to reply: “Big fan, hopefully we cross paths again.”

During the roast itself, Kardashian took the stage during the streamer’s live broadcast, but she was met with cheers that quickly turned into boos from the crowd.

After the live broadcast, Netflix added the special to their library but edited out a few seconds of the jeers and lowered the volume for part of her set on the version of the show.

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