Andrea Bocelli Reponds After Kim Kardashian Name-Drops Him in Her Beef With Sister Kourtney

The 'Time to Say Goodbye' singer shares a sweet response to Kim and her older sister after the SKIMS founder brought him up when calling out Kourtney amid their Dolce and Gabbana feud.

AceShowbiz - Andrea Bocelli wants to take no part in Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian's feud. Instead of addressing the beef after being name-dropped by the SKIMS founder, the Italian tenor sent a sweet message to the two sisters.

Making use of Instagram Story, the "Time to Say Goodbye" crooner wrote, "Dear @kimkardashian and @kourtneykardash, I'm so flattered that you both love my voice. He added, "And I'll always be happy to sing to you."

Andrea went on to give a shout-out to his son Matteo Bocelli by writing, "But know that there's a younger and far more helpful artist @matteobocelli who your mother @krisjenner knows very well." He then concluded, "See you soon in Tuscany!"

Kim and Kourtney started beefing because the former partnered up with Dolce & Gabbana shortly after Kourtney's wedding to Travis Barker. The Poosh founder suggested that Kim copied her wedding aesthetic for the "Ciao, Kim" collection.

Kim, however, denied the accusation. "I got married in Italy. Am I saying you copied me by getting married in Italy?" a frustrated Kim said in "The Kardashians" confessional. "Who performed at my wedding? Andrea Bocelli. Who performed at Kourtney's wedding? Andrea Bocelli. You stole my f**king wedding country and my wedding performer. Andrea Bocelli is my favorite male singer of all time, but I'm copying her Dolce Vita lifestyle."

Luckily, the siblings already hashed out the nasty feud after having a face-to-face conversation. Kim began the talk by explaining how her and the fashion house's collaboration started. She said that it was initially a deal between SKIMS and Dolce & Gabbana, though they pivoted after Kim's brand couldn't get it together before the runway date. Instead, the high-end brand decided to do a show pulling from their archives and asked whether Kim wanted to serve as creative director.

Kim said that she told the designers she didn't "want to do this because it's way too close to Kourtney's wedding. I want it to be completely different, I want it to be such a different thing." However, she ended up taking the collaboration and only informed Kourtney know about it after making the agreement.

Kourtney also shared her point of view, claiming that she felt "awful" after Kim "used my wedding as a business opportunity" and "chose the money over me." After getting things off her chest, Kourtney said she was "happy to move on to the next and be done with this s**t," and for Kim, she stressed that she'd never want to "intentionally hurt" anyone. "The last thing I wanna do is for you to think I'm coming for you," Kim told Kourtney.

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