Day: May 16, 2017

Bill Cosby tells Michael Smerconish he will not testify at rape trial against him

Bill Cosby, the 79-year-old comedy legend whose iconic status has been shattered by revelations and allegations of sexual assault and rape, told SiriusXM radio host Michael Smerconish that he would not testify at the upcoming trial against him. Cosby explained: “When you have to deal with examination, cross-examination, etc. etc., there are more than two sides to every story. Sometimes it’s four or five. And what people want to say, and want you to say and how they maneuver, and yes, I do have lawyers to protect me. Objection! Sustained. But I just don’t want — I just don’t want...

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David Letterman will receive the 2017 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor

The Kennedy Center has announced it’s awarding the 2017 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor to David Letterman! The most recent annual winners for the Mark Twain Prize have been Bill Murray and Eddie Murphy. Letterman, who inspired a generation of comedians and helped revolutionize late-night TV on Late Night on NBC and then the Late Show on CBS, joked: “For 33 years, there was no greater guest, no greater friend of the show, than Mark Twain. The guy could really tell a story.” “For decades, David Letterman delivered comedy to America that was smart, authentic, and frankly, what many of us...

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Vladimir Caamano on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Vladimir Caamano has made the move from New York City to Hollywood to make it big, and on his first appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Caamano joked about his Dominican parents back in Manhattan, whom he loves but cannot help but be amused by his father’s love of fictional T-shirts and his mother’s mispronunciation of words. Roll the clip!...

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Ed Helms recalls knowing Kevin Hart from open mics at Boston Comedy Club in NYC

Ed Helms and Kevin Hart co-star in a new animated movie, Captain Underpants. But as Helms told Jimmy Kimmel on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the two comedians have known each other for almost 20 years. Helms talked about hosting the open mic at Boston Comedy Club in New York City (the club no longer exists, although you see a fictional re-creation of it in Pete Holmes HBO show, Crashing) at the same time as Hart was making his own initial forays into NYC. Helms joked about how one of his comebacks to a heckler blew up in his...

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