Day: September 11, 2019

Ryan Niemiller advances to the finals of America’s Got Talent 2019

There he is, Ryan Niemiller, smiling in the middle of the photo with the other acts advancing tonight to the finals of America’s Got Talent 2019. Niemiller, the only comedian in this year’s finals, survived thanks to live voting during tonight’s show from viewers. America, YOU saved @CrippleThreat8 with the #DunkinSave. Relive this magical moment over and over again! #AGTResults— America's Got Talent (@AGT) September 12, 2019 Here’s his set from Tuesday night’s live show, in which the Indiana native jokes about boring drives across America and not needing to learn how to swim. Congrats,...

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Watch the finalists perform on NBC’s Bring The Funny

Last night saw the final five comedy acts perform for the title of NBC’s first-ever Bring The Funny competition. Online voting ended 12 hours ago, but we’ll have to wait until next Tuesday, Sept. 18, to discover who wins the $250,000 grand prize and a slot performing at the 2020 Just For Laughs festival in Montreal. Until then, behold the final performances from each of the finalists! Lewberger (Alex Lewis, Keith Habersberger, Hughie Stone Fish) Hometown: Los Angeles, CA Alex and Keith met at a networking event four years ago and after combining both of their last names the...

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Team Coco House taking over 10 comedy clubs across America from Oct. 3-5, 2019

Conan O’Brien’s Team Coco will remind Americans of how closely Conan has aligned himself and his show with the stand-up comedy community by taking over 10 comedy clubs across America with its own branded shows in the first week of October. Team Coco House has appeared before only at festivals: San Diego’s Comic-Con and the New York Comedy Festival. Team Coco also hosts a monthly stand-up showcase in Los Angeles at Dynasty Typewriter. “This is exactly like Oceans’ 11, only instead of robbing multiple casinos we are making people laugh in multiple comedy clubs.  So, it’s really nothing like Oceans’ 11” said...

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Jon Stewart, John Oliver, Hasan Minhaj and Ronny Chieng join Bruce Springsteen for 13th annual Stand Up For Heroes

For a 13th year, the New York Comedy Festival will start its week with its biggest and best event: Stand Up For Heroes. The annual event raises money and awareness for the Bob Woodruff Foundation, named for the ABC News correspondent who sustained a life-threatening traumatic brain injury from a roadside bomb explosion in Iraq in 2006. The foundation helps “ensure that our nation’s impacted veterans, service members, and their families have access to the highest level of support and resources they deserve, for as long as they need it.” Stand Up For Heroes began as part of the...

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