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It's time to break out those dancing shoes!
Goldie Hawn and Derek Hough were among the celebs on hand for the grand opening of Just Dance Los Angeles on Oct. 11. The duo posed with Dancing With the Stars alum Julz Tocker on the red carpet, and other famous faces in attendance included another DWTS pro, Sharna Burgess, as well as Haley Reinhart, Lady Victoria Hervey, Big Time Rush's James Maslow and Alfonso Ribiero.
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Janet Jackson was also dancing in the aisles, but for a very different reason -- she spent a night off from her State of the World Tour by taking in a performance of Magic Mike Live at Las Vegas’ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Oct. 13.
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There are no weak people in Hollywood. I might have to disagree with Chappelle on this one but his comments still did ring pretty true when he was talking about what might be going on in Hollywood. While there are all types in Hollywood I believe the truth is that trying to out some of them for their behavior might not be conducive to a long and healthy life. People are made to do things in Hollywood against their will even if they end up later saying it was their idea. Position, influence, power, all of these are methods that
Dave Chappelle Interview From Years Ago Shows his Accuracy on Weinstein Drama Today »
Following in the footsteps of fellow comedians like Dave Chappelle and Aziz Ansari, Nanjiani turned his monologue into a stand-up routine, remarking on the rise of Islamophobia (“It never went away, but it’s really having a moment right now”) and misguided racism. Unfortunately, his inspired commentary was followed by a string of mostly uninspired sketches, few »
- Hilary Hughes
You know anytime Dave Chappelle is around things are going to get a little loud and a little obnoxious pretty quick. It’s not always a bad thing really since Chappelle has proven that when he’s not high and completely out of his mind he’s still pretty funny. Still, when he pairs up with Ed Sheeran for something like a rendition of Radiohead’s song Creep things might kick off a bit in a way that you didn’t expect. If you’ve heard the song then you know it’s fairly low key and doesn’t get too nuts, but if you add in Chappelle
The late Robin Williams has been accused of stealing jokes back in the early days of his comedic career in a new comedy tell-all book written by the legendary Budd Friedman. Friedman founded the New York and Los Angeles Improv Comedy Clubs and has seen a lot of things in his 85 years. In addition to ratting out Robin Williams, Friedman devotes an entire chapter to the iconic and polarizing comedian, Andy Kaufman, and dishes on managing Bette Midler as well as witnessing Johnny Carson getting wasted and making out with an 18-year old girl in the backseat of a car.
Many comedians have been accused of joke stealing, but as it turns out, Robin Williams was reportedly notorious for it back when he was for starting out. The Hollywood Reporter spoke to Budd Friedman about his book and the author revealed that Richard Lewis and Robert Wuhl both accuse Williams »
Idris Elba had a blast co-hosting the 2016 Met Gala! There was just one thing though...
The Luther star opened up about the annual fashion event in an interview with The New York Times, where he admitted that Taylor Swift and Kanye West's feud -- which found new life that year after West's infamous "Famous" lyrics -- made things "a little awkward."
"It was great [co-hosting]. I felt really famous that day," the 45-year-old actor explained. "It was a bit awkward because Taylor Swift and I had to present an award. We were walking through the crowd and obviously, there was a little beef between Taylor and Kanye. I didn’t know any of this. But I was there! And I was, like, 'Oh, this is awks.'"
Eek. Sounds awks, indeed!
Another thing Elba confirmed during his Times sit-down was that »
Daniel Kaluuya is one of Variety‘s 10 Actors to Watch for 2017. For the full list, click here.
“In the original ending, basically he kills everybody,” Kaluuya says of his lead character, Chris, whose girlfriend (Allison Williams) has ulterior motives when she takes him to meet her family. “I knew then that this is going to be a thing.”
Kaluuya, whose credits also include TV’s “Black Mirror” and “Skins,” says he knew Peele’s work with Keegan-Michael Key in Comedy Central’s “Key & Peele” and that he has a habit of creating works that “really resonate with the public consciousness.” He remembers returning to London after “Get Out” was released and walking down Warren Street while on the phone when a black woman suddenly “looked at me, hugged »
- Whitney Friedlander
Dave Chappelle pays a visit to “Stranger Things” in the Netflix comedy promo. The clip is the answer to the question that has been created by the “Netflix Is a Joke” billboards. The mystery has finally been solved and here is what we know. Is Chappelle really crashing the show or is this some outrageous publicity stunt? Come on, this is Dave Chappelle, and practically everything he does is downright hilarious. Here is what the fuss is all about. It’s been a big draw for a standup comedy routine The billboards were props that were set out to draw people
Dave Chappelle Visiting “Stranger Things” is Still The Best Commercial of 2017 So Far »
- Dana Hanson-Firestone
The film, which chronicles the complex life of the late comedian, activist and author, is due to wind up production in the coming weeks in Los Angeles. Gaines and his team have amassed over 300 hours of archival footage of Gregory, who died on Aug. 19, including footage shot since last year. The producers are in early discussions with distributors.
Gaines had been working Gregory and his family on the project with the Gregory’s son Christian on board as an executive producer. Gaines and Valerie Edwards are producing through their Cinemation banner, alongside Michele Farinola. The other exec producers include Luke Taylor, Matthew Helderman and Patrick DePeters through Buffalo 8 and Chad Troutwine.
“Dick Gregory is one of the most brilliant minds of the 20th and 21st Centuries,” Gaines said. “I say ‘is’ because he is still present »
- Dave McNary
In the opening salvo for Netflix's must-see Def Jam 25, Cedric the Entertainer -- on stage alongside heavyweights Sheryl Underwood, Steve Harvey and Dave Chappelle -- delivers one of the production's many killer lines.
"Some of you millennials might be asking, 'What the hell is Def Comedy Jam,'" he
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- Malcolm Venable
Even though Def Comedy Jam is responsible for launching the careers of some of the biggest names in comedy, it hardly ever gets the respect it deserves. Even though it’s a common link between people like Dave Chappelle, Martin Lawrence, Bernie Mac and Kevin Hart, the comedy world doesn’t give it the same adoration as…
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- Ashley Ray-Harris
Leave it to Taye Diggs for an epic entrance onto the “Ellen” stage. Diggs planned his opening to top Jessica Beal’s “Dirty Dancing”-inspired dance-on with Olivia Newton John’s “Let’s Get Physical”. Related: Dave Chappelle, Ellen DeGeneres Crash ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘The Crown’ In ‘Netflix Is A Joke’ Trailer The 46-year-old actor and two backup dancers sported classic ’80s […] »
- Aynslee Darmon
Dave Chappelle is apparently a big Radiohead fan, always ready to hit karaoke bars, birthday fetes, and Saturday Night Live afterparties with his rendition of “Creep.” And should he ever want some back-up vocals, he could probably pluck just about anyone out of the audience, restaurant, etc. But it turns out his duet…
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- Danette Chavez
“All comedy roads today, lead to Def Comedy Jam.”
Dave Chappelle, Steve Harvey, Martin Lawrence, D.L. Hughley and more of comedy’s heavy hitters reunited for a special night of laughs for Def Comedy Jam 25, a new special which began streaming on Netflix on Tuesday.
The comedy celebration was filmed at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, on Sept. 9, and pays tribute to the comedians behind a show “responsible for more stolen cable than any other television,” as Chappelle joked.
Chappelle, Harvey, Sheryl Underwood and Cedric the Entertainer kick off the 80-minute special playing as a comedy collision of self-deprecation and social topics like racism and police brutality, a sprinkle of politics (President Donald Trump comes up more than once) and tons of laughs, with appearances from Tracy Morgan, Katt Williams, Craig Robinson, Bill Bellamy, Mike Epps, Tiffany Haddish and many more.
Exclusive: Sheryl Underwood Reflects on Humble Beginnings as a Comedian: 'We Didn't Have a »
Mean Tweets is back! While Jimmy Kimmel Live has been making headlines recently for host Jimmy Kimmel’s passionate and personal please to stop the Graham-Cassidy bill from passing, last night’s episode debuted a new installment of the terrific running gag “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets.” In this 11th installment, we’ve got folks like Gal Gadot, Emma Watson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kumail Nanjiani, Jennifer Lawrence, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Kristen Bell, and Dave Chappelle sounding off. Obviously some of these are Nsfw (especially the Jennifer Lawrence one), so a word of caution if your volume's up. I wouldn’t … »
- Adam Chitwood
Jimmy Kimmel‘s latest round-up of the internet’s harshest disses may be the most savage — and star-studded! — yet.
The Wonder Woman star kicked things off, struggling through the slang of a Twitter user who questioned her breast size.
“They’re here. They’re here, don’t worry,” she quipped after looking down.
Lawrence also retorted to a crude insult with her signature dry wit.
“I bet Jennifer Lawrence gives really unenthusiastic hand jobs, »
- Stephanie Petit
Chappelle read a ferocious burn about his head not fitting his body anymore – "He forgot to exercise that milk dud on his shoulders, that bitch tiny." Lawrence paired a gross insult with some dry wit. "I bet Jennifer Lawrence gives really unenthusiastic hand jobs," the actress read, before quipping: "How did they know?"
Baldwin confronted the most prominent mean tweeter of them all, »
Twitter has too many twit-wits. "When it comes to mean tweets, no one touches our President [Donald Trump]," Jimmy Kimmel said in Monday's episode of ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!. "But that doesn't mean there aren't those who try, and from time to time, we shine a light on the trolls by asking famous people to read the not-so-nice things people write about them. We've done it again tonight." With that, the late-night host introduced the eleventh edition of #MeanTweets, featuring Gal Gadot, Emma Watson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Elisabeth Moss, John Lithgow, Dave Chappelle, Jeffrey Tambor, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Aniston, Jim Parsons, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Jennifer Lawrence, Kristen Bell, Bob »
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