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He's crashed onto Eminem with his bare butt, stripped on the "Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" and gallivanted around Europe dressed as a bull and with fake genitals hanging out for the world to see. Yet, even Bruno has his limits.
Universal Studios announced that they cut out a scene in the movie that makes fun of Michael Jackson's family, only hours before it was set to premiere last night in Los Angeles, according to the Huffington Post. Michael Jackson passed away Thursday night after suffering a cardiac arrest. Universal Studios says the decision came "out of respect for the Jackson family," reports the Huffington Post.
The movie stars British comic Sacha Baron Cohen as an outrageously gay Austrian fashion correspondent named Bruno.
First Showing notes that the scene in question appears in the first half of the movie and features Bruno interviewing LaToya Jackson and asking questions about his famous brother, Michael. Eventually, Bruno takes LaToya's phone and tries to steal Michael's number.