Kanye West's third listening party for his highly anticipated Donda album had a lot of people confused — for starters, the rapper's event in Chicago began with appearances from embattled artists DaBaby and Marilyn Manson.
Their head-scratching involvement was followed by estranged wife Kim Kardashian joining her soon-to-be ex-husband at the center of Soldier Field on Thursday, August 26, wearing a wedding dress. The audience went crazy when the KUWTK alum stepped out in a stunning Balenciaga Couture wedding dress to meet West outside the mockup of his childhood home.
The mother-of-four — who shares North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and 2-year-old Psalm with West — joined her former flame during the song "No Child Left Behind," the final song of the night.
While Kardashian did more than just support the "Power" crooner from the sidelines this time around — as she took part in his larger-than-life production — an insider confirmed to TMZ that the famed couple isn't getting back together after she filed for divorce in February.
Kardashian also attended the Grammy Award winner's two previous listening parties ahead of the album's expected drop dates on July 24 and August 6.
Despite ending the show with a bang, it started off questionable with DaBaby and Manson's appearances.
The event was supposed to start at 9 p.m., but Ye didn't take the stage until around 11, the outlet reported. The 44-year-old opened his third listening party with his tune "Jail," which featured a verse from Jay-Z.
However, the "Empire State Of Mind" rapper was replaced by DaBaby — who recently came under fire for going on a homophobic rant during his Rolling Loud performance — as the "Bop" rapper joined West on the front porch of his childhood home.
In addition, Manson — who has been accused by multiple women over the past few months of sexual assault — joined the rappers.
DaBaby's appearance, while controversial, made sense if he's on the album. However, it remains unclear why West chose to have the rocker join him.
Similar to his other two listening parties, both of which took place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, West — who has been teasing his tenth studio album since last year — only reportedly danced to his album rather than sing any of his new songs. The new date for his album drop has yet to be announced.