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D.L. Hughley Jokes About 'Late Late's' Little Person (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Apr 5th 2011 4:55AM
D.L. Hughley on 'Late Late Show'Before D.L. Hughley joined Craig Ferguson on the stage of 'The Late Late Show' (weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS), the show's resident little person appeared in a sketch dressed as a leprechaun.

"This audience here is anti-Irish," the host joked. "They hate the leprechaun. How could you hate a leprechaun? They're adorable!"

"I saw him back there," commented Hughley. "Must be hell when you can't ride nothin' at Six Flags ... When you got your whole picture on your driver's license, that's got to be hell."

The studio audience laughed. Ferguson chuckled uncomfortably and said, "There's no need for that," and attempted to change the subject.

The "leprechaun" seemed to take it in stride, peering out from backstage and pretending to be mad. "There goes my luck for the rest of the day," quipped Ferguson.

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Congressman Jack Kingston (and D.L. Hughley) Reject Evolution on 'Real Time With Bill Maher' (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Jan 31st 2011 6:15PM
Bill Maher loves to tweak the religious set, and he got the chance to on 'Real Time With Bill Maher' (Fridays, 10PM ET on HBO) when Georgia Congressman Jack Kingston flat out rejected the concept of evolution.

"I don't believe that a creature crawled out of the sea and became a human," Kingston stated, after arguing that he came from God, and not a monkey.

With the audience clearly on their side, Maher and former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell tried to convince Kingston he was wrong about evolution. Feeling ganged up on, Kingston appealed to panelist Will Cain for help, but the conservative pundit stated that he too believed in evolution.

Finally, comedian D.L. Hughley weighed in, agreeing with Kingston that evolution doesn't explain human life, and taking some of the heat off the beleaguered congressman.

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DL Hughley Brings a Healthy Dose of Chauvinism to 'The View' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Jun 22nd 2010 3:30PM
There are probably better places to voice chauvinistic opinions than on 'The View' (weekdays, syndicated). Or, maybe, just maybe, it's the perfect place. Actor/comedian DL Hughley goes on a tear about women, making several comments that sends the panel into a tizzy.

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D.L. Hughley Lands Game Show on NBC

by Catherine Lawson, posted Jun 11th 2010 9:20AM

D.L. HughleyD.L. Hughley is to host a new game show for NBC titled 'Who's Bluffing Who?'.

According to the Hollywood Reporter NBC has ordered a pilot of the show in which 7 contestants will try to win half a million dollars. Each episode they will use their bluffing skills -- including possibly stealing each other's money -- to advance in the game as they are gradually whittled down to one winner.

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Host and new performers announced for the BET Awards '08

by Kristin Sample, posted Jun 4th 2008 10:01AM
D.L. HughleyBET is tagging this event as "the hottest ticket on television." And from this list of performers, I can see why. Usher, Lil Wayne, Nelly, Alicia Keys, Chris Brown, Kanye West, and Young Jeezy will take the stage at the BET Awards '08. The award show will be hosted by The Original Kings of Comedy member, D.L. Hughley.

The network is honoring some iconic names in music as well. Legendary R&B crooner Al Green will receive BET's Lifetime Achievement Award. Celebrated producer / arranger / composer Quincy Jones is set for BET's Humanitarian Award for his work in the Listen Up, a charity which connects youth with music, technology and culture.

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Online petition to save Studio 60

by Anna Johns, posted Nov 3rd 2006 8:07AM
studio 60 logoIn response to all the buzz about Studio 60's weak ratings and whispers of its possible cancellation, one die-hard fan is taking evasive action. Clay Johnson has launched SaveStudio60.com, where he has an online petition to keep the show on the air and encourages readers to buy things from the companies that advertise on Studio 60 (although, I think this tactic is far-fetched because I don't think Apple is going to deduce that you bought an iPod because you saw one advertised on Studio 60). Johnson says the show is worth keeping on the air simply because it's "smart television". So far, 1,000 people have signed the petition.

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Amanda Peet signs on to Sorkin's latest project

by Anna Johns, posted Feb 3rd 2006 8:37AM
amanda peet sorkinAmanda Peet will play Matthew Perry's nemesis on Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, a new series that Aaron Sorkin is creating for NBC. Peet and Perry co-starred in The Whole Nine Yards and its awful sequel, The Whole Ten Yards. Studio 60 is set behind the scenes of a sketch comedy show, and Perry plays the genius head writer who butts heads with the newly appointed president of the network. Peet plays the new president.

Also signed up for the show are Steven Weber and D.L. Hughley. Nate Corddry is also listed as a cast member, he'll play one of the actors. He's currently working as a reporter for The Daily Show and is fellow reporter Rob Corddry's younger brother. This is looking to be a damn fine cast.

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