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Kim Kardashian just accidentally shared Spider-Man spoilers (and fans aren't happy)

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Kim Kardashian is facing backlash after accidentally sharing Spider-Man: No Way Home spoilers to her Instagram Stories in a now-deleted post.

The latest in the Spider-Man franchise, starring Tom Holland and Zendaya, has been a highly-anticipated affair, with many fans muting the film's keywords to avoid spoilers. But apparently, Kim didn't quite get the memo.

The 41-year-old appeared to watch the movie in her home theatre last night (27 December) and took to Instagram to share some snaps of the big screen. The only problem? The photos contained some *major* spoilers about the film (relax, we won't repeat them here).

Let's just say fans were not happy about it, with many taking to Twitter to express their frustration. One viewer even tweeted, "I went all this time without Spider-Man spoilers JUST to have Kim Kardashian ruin it for me in her insta story." Eeeeek.

Another Spider-Man fan wrote, "kim kardashian casually spoiling spiderman no way home on her ig story is the funniest thing i’ve seen all week." At the same time, another added, "If you haven’t watched the new spider man movie do not watch Kim Kardashian’s ig story." One fan also shared an awkward meme saying, "kim kardashian casually posting spider man no way home spoilers on her story."

If it's any consolation Kim, it happens to the best of us (admittedly not from our home theatres, though).

It comes after reports emerged that Kanye West is buying a house practically next door to Kim, his estranged wife. According to MailOnline, Kanye even paid $421,000 over the asking price to ensure "he wasn't outbid."

Does this mean he'll be popping around for a night at the movies? Who can say.

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