Bill Cosby Told Steve Harvey To Stay Away From Him, Harvey Shares
Steve Harvey is now getting ready to premiere his newest daytime talk show, STEVE. The show will be like his former Steve Harvey Show but with him being more of himself and topical discussions. In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Harvey went on to share how he’s approaching the new... [Read More]
Shelley Berman obituary
Actor and comedian who first became known for his ‘sitdown’ routines with an imaginary telephoneIn the 1950s and 60s, Shelley Berman, who has died aged 92, was the US’s favourite “sitdown” comedian – he would sit on a stool, pick up an imaginary phone in front of ... [Read More]
Dick Gregory’s Funeral To Take Place In Washington, DC In September
Last month we all were alerted with the unfortunate passing of Dick Gregory. Gregory was 84 years old and lived his life to be remembered. It has been recently revealed that the legendary comedian will be laid to rest in Washington, DC on Sept. 17th. Before his funeral his family has planned an elab... [Read More]
Sara Pascoe: how I overcame my Jane Austen prejudice
Austen’s women have the same rights as children; her ‘romantic’ match-making smacks of desperation. So how did the standup see the funny side of Pride and Prejudice for her new stage adaptation?“Why does no one talk about how funny Jane Austen is?” I ask my friend Katie... [Read More]
Alex Horne: ‘You’ve Been Framed is the funniest TV show I’ve ever seen’
The comedian and Taskmaster creator on the things that make him laugh the most, from Tim Key to The Blues BrothersEvery time I see Tommy Tiernan talking about sex or nothing or God I howl with laughter, and I rarely howl with anything. Continue reading...... [Read More]
Lydia Towsey: how I discovered the Venus in me
From Botticelli to glossy magazines, women have been idealised and misrepresented for centuries. Performance poet Lydia Towsey reveals how her own near-fatal eating disorder set her on a path to explore new ways of looking at female bodiesBotticelli’s painting of the Birth of Venus was the fir... [Read More]
Jay Ellis And Issa Rae Talk ‘Sex’ & Insecure On ‘Wine Down’ Review
Spoiler Alert: Back with another episode of her review series, The Wine Down, Issa Rae talks with her Insecure co-star, Jay Ellis. For the 4 minute conversation, the two actors go over some of the show’s most rememberable sex moments. We find out that Issa at times takes on the role of writer ... [Read More]
Stand-UP: Quinta Brunson Gives Us A History Lesson On ‘Harriet Tubman’
Philly’s Quinta Brunson (Notably of BuzzFeed) has been keeping her jokes tight on different comedy stages. For a recent night at The Laugh Factory in Los Angeles, Brunson jumped on stage to give the audience a brief history lesson. For her history lesson, she shares that Harriet Tubman is the ... [Read More]
Kathy Griffin Says She Ended Her Friendship With Anderson Cooper Over ‘Trump Picture’
Earlier this year, Kathy Griffin shocked the internet when she released a picture of herself holding a beheaded Donald Trump. The graphic picture was met with immediate backlash and forced Griffin to publicly apologize. For Griffin the backlash appeared to be hard to deal with to the point that her ... [Read More]
Chris Tucker Confirms Everyone Is On Board For A ‘Rush Hour 4’
  Chris Tucker is the classic movie king. With titles like ‘Dead Presidents’, ‘Friday’ and of course ‘Rush Hour’ under his belt, it’s amazing to see what his next moves on screen will be. When Tucker stopped by popular Atlanta radio station V-103, ... [Read More]