VIDEO: @WayneBrady on @BillMaher “I Will Beat Your Ass…”
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Is Wayne Brady gonna have to choke a b*tch? Bill Maher obviously hasn’t seen his episode with Dave Chappelle…below…



See more of the Huffington Post interview with Wayne Brady here



MUSIC VIDEO: “Dead Giveaway” by Hero Charles Ramsey
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Batman and Superman were a bit busy…so Charles Ramsey came to save the day! All jokes aside, if you aren’t familiar with the story, peep it below. He’s a genuinely a GREAT GUY!



DJ Pauly D Talks Touring w/ Nicki Minaj and Britney Spears, Women, G-Unit & More
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Interview: Kevin Hart talks about his concert film “Laugh At My Pain”
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Kevin Hart is incredibly well known among comedy fans for his Comedy Central specials and albums I’m a Grown Little Man andSeriously Funny, as well as for his roles in the Scary Movie franchise, Death at a Funeral, and Little Fockers. Hart is combining his work in stand-up and feature films for a big screen release of his latest comedy special Laugh At My Pain, set to be released exclusively at AMC theaters Sept. 9. I called Kevin to get the details on the big screen flick as well as to hear about his early days in comedy and where he drew his material from for Laugh at My Pain.

How is having your special released in theaters different than having it released on television?
It’s just putting a different stature on it. It becomes an event. Releasing it on television is good and your traction is good. I’ve had success in my earlier years [with TV specials], but now because of the fan base that I’ve built, the attention that I’ve been getting, we decided to go theatrical. And going theatrical, it kind of just says, ‘Hey I’m much bigger and better than what I was before. You loved the last one, look at the stage I’m setting up for this one.’”

What are the technical differences between shooting a special for theaters as opposed to television?
For me there’s no difference. You don’t put pressure on yourself because of what you’re doing. You make sure you’re comfortable with the way it’s being set up, so it’s set up for you to win. And doing the live performance and recording it is the best way to do it, because you’re getting the immediate reaction.

Borrowed from:   laughspin.com



Gwyneth Paltrow on @TheGNshow reciting NWA ‘Gangsta Gangsta’ lyrics
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The Graham Norton Show is a comedy chat show that is broadcast on BBC One in the United Kingdom. It’s no secret Gwyneth Paltrow is a huge 90′s hip hop fan….she even went to High School with Snoop Dogg in Long Beach!



Patrice O’neal (@BIGMOMMAPRODS) Interview ‘Elephant in the Room’ @ComedyCentral Special
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Patrice O’Neal was in South Florida last month….found this Patrice O’Neal interview at our friends Punchline Magazine….read the whole interview after the break.

There are few comedians more divisive than Patrice O’Neal. In fact, the only reason he hasn’t ruffled more liberal feathers than he already has, is due to his lack of widespread mainstream exposure. But that’s about to change with his first hour-long special Elephant in the Room for Comedy Central– premiering Saturday at 10 pm EST.

Things are about to get better, or worse, for Patrice– depending on whether he’s looking forward to critics’ closer analysis on his theories on women, race, politics and everything in between.



@KevinHart4Real on @JayLeno…”See…..The Way My Bank Account is Set Up”….
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Kevin Hart cracks the crowd and Rene Russo up…I thought he was funny back in 2002 when he was in Paper Soldiers and 40 Year Old Virgin



Comedy’s Most Powerful Man….Lorne Michaels
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The Hollywood Reporter was granted access to the most powerful man in comedy. Read the rest of the story after the break.

“God this is scary. F—!” Helen Mirrenis standing in the doorway of a cramped conference room on the 17th floor of NBC’s celebrated 30 Rockefeller Center, staring in surprise at a sea of producers, performers and writers who are overflowing the tiny space.

Around 70 men and women, many dressed in hoodies and jeans, are gathered at a large wooden table, on which plates of fruit slices and sandwiches sit half-eaten. With three days to go before showtime, much of the talent is exhausted on this Wednesday afternoon — hardly surprising given that several of them, including head writer and Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers, haven’t left the building since the previous afternoon.

Within moments, Mirren has joined them at the table and is preparing for the Saturday Night Live read-through, which has been held at 30 Rock every show week since the program first aired in fall 1975. In any other setting, the Oscar winner would be the center of attention. But not here. One of the writers glances at an empty chair right next to Mirren, knowing that the person who matters most is the one who will soon fill it.

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@PlanetPit Decade Recap – T.I. (feat. Comedian @BenjiBrown1)…Tonight Benji Brown at @MiaImprov
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TONIGHT #COMEDYJAMZ w/ Benji Brown and Comedian friends. Every week is sold out, so get there early.

RSVP: 305.441.8200



5 Questions with Bob Saget
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Bob Saget showed me that he was a SUPER FUNNY dude when he had his reoccurring  role in Entourage. A total 180 from his Full House days.  Read the whole interview The Detroit Pressafter the break.

Bob Saget was multitasking as he dialed up the Free Press last week. In a breath, the veteran star of stage and screen mentioned the gas man, a termite problem and a giant condom before muttering a not-quite-decipherable statement about the headline-grabbing Charlie Sheen, who just happens to be playing metro Detroit the same night as Saget.

“Seriously?” Saget deadpanned when asked about the conundrum some comedy fans faced when deciding where to spend their night and money. Not one to talk negatively about the competition, Saget simply added that his own show is “really a lot of fun.”

Depending on your sense of humor, that’s quite the understatement.