Kevin Hart

Stephen Colbert and Kevin Hart share a tense exchange about his recent controversy


Over the past month, Kevin Hart has been in the news a lot. A lot

After stepping down from hosting the Oscars following the resurfacing of old homophobic tweets, the actor/comedian has been attempting to manage his PR image in a series of interviews.

Stephen Colbert starts the clip above with a recap of his latest appearance on Good Morning America, where Hart said he’s “done with it”. But Colbert wasn’t done asking about it.

“I’ve found that it’s not over until the audience is over it,” says Colbert at one point. “Not when I’m over it.”

What follows is a fairly blunt discussion about the role of an entertainer, and whether or not it’s important to please the audience. Read more…

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Don Lemon breaks down why Kevin Hart’s ‘apology’ just doesn’t cut it


Kevin Hart probably expected his interview with Ellen DeGeneres, one of the most beloved lesbians in America, to clear him of any wrongdoing.

Instead, Hart sparked even further outrage, claiming that he had already apologized to the LGBTQ community — when no real apology could be found. Ellen was quick to accept Hart’s claim. 

Twitter and CNN host Don Lemon was not.

On his show Friday, Lemon carefully broke down why Hart’s “apology” wasn’t good enough for him. Hart had previously agreed to stop posting offensive content, but only because crowds had grown more sensitive. Read more…

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Kevin Hart withdraws from hosting the Oscars


Kevin Hart has stepped down as Oscars host.

In a tweet posted late on Thursday, the comedian said he did not want “to be a distraction” on the night, and apologized to the LGBTQ community for his “insensitive words from my past.”

Hart added in another tweet that he was “sorry that I hurt people,” and hopes one day he and the Academy can meet again.

I have made the choice to step down from hosting this year’s Oscar’s….this is because I do not want to be a distraction on a night that should be celebrated by so many amazing talented artists. I sincerely apologize to the LGBTQ community for my insensitive words from my past.

— Kevin Hart (@KevinHart4real) December 7, 2018 Read more…

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