Kim Kardashian reacts to Miley Cyrus cuddling up to boyfriend Pete Davidson as comic & singer promote New Year's gig

KIM Kardashian reacted to Miley Cyrus cuddling up to her beau Pete Davidson as the pair promoted their New Years' Eve party on Jimmy Fallon.

The SNL star cringed when the pop star joked about his new relationship in a witty song on the late-night show.


Kim, 41, has remained in good spirits regarding her beau Pete, 28, despite his new collaboration with Miley Cyrus.

After Miley, 29, posted a photo cuddled up to the comedian in promotion of her New Years' eve party, the SKIMS founder headed straight to "like" the post.

In the steamy image, the singer lay draped on the stand-up star, as they both dressed in 1920's attire.

The songwriter looked stunning in a slinky black dress with gold heels as she held onto Pete with a huge smile.

The funnyman stood stoically in a tuxedo as he flashed the camera a soft smile.

The pair were surrounded by balloons and New Years' decor as Miley captioned the shot: "BIG DEBUT ENERGY. Pete & I are official! CO-HOSTS that is!

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"Watch @fallontonight 🗽Our first show together as a pair! We’ll be talking about #MileysNewYearsEveParty hosted by US in Miami!"

MILEY'S MOCKERY

Kim and Pete recently confirmed they were dating by holding hands as they prepared to board a private jet out of Palm Springs.

While appearing on Jimmy Fallon's show, Miley took the opportunity to mock the comedian's relationship with the reality star.

Performing a rendition of Yvonne Fair's It Should Have Been Me, Miley left Pete blushing as she made reference to a date he and Kim had while he visited her in California last month.

Photos at the time showed the new couple leaving Santa Monica eatery Giorgio Baldi in his black Lamborghini SUV.

Pete was spotted with what looked like a large hickey on his neck as the couple giggled driving away from the celeb hotspot.

Playfully referencing the date, Miley sang: "Pete Davidson, how you gonna do this to me / It should have been me / In that Lamborghini leaving that nice a** restaurant."

Prompting Pete to laugh, the Prisoner hitmaker continued: "I wanna watch a movie in Staten Island / It should have been me".

Her clever follow-up lyric referenced the couple's tour of Pete's hometown of Staten Island in early November after she attended the WSJ Innovator Awards in NYC.

BLOSSOMING ROMANCE

Kim and the Saturday Night Live star have been spending ample time together over the past couple of months.

The pair vacationed at Kim's mom Kris Jenner's $12million Palm Springs home to celebrate the King of Staten Island actor's 28th birthday.

During the trip, they were spotted looking comfortable with each other while wearing matching SKIMS pajamas in a photo Flavor Flav posted on Instagram.

The SKIMS founder and comedian were rumored to be dating after they met during Kim's hosting debut on SNL in October.

The pair reportedly had an instant connection as they rehearsed an Aladdin-themed skit together.

They then headed to Knott's Scary Farm in California the following week with Kim's sister Kourtney and her fiance Travis Barker.

Kim and Pete were seen on a ride together holding hands, which first sparked fan rumors that the duo was dating.

After that, Pete took Kim on two dates on the east coast.

They went for a rooftop dinner at Pete's favorite restaurant, Campania, on Staten Island and met at an exclusive NYC venue, Zero Bond, the following night.

Kim filed for divorce from Kanye West in February, and the two share four kids, North, eight, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two.



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