See new 'Coming 2 America' photos featuring Wesley Snipes, Leslie Jones, Tracy Morgan, Jermaine Fowler, KiKi Layne, and Teyana Taylor.
You learn a lot about a person when you’re stuck in quarantine together, so it’s no wonder there were quite a few celebrity splits in 2020. While the coronavirus pandemic isn’t to blame for every celebrity relationship ending, it may have sped a few of these along.
Famed comedian Tracy Morgan and his wife of almost five years, Megan Wollover, have announced their marriage is coming to an end.
The pair wed in August 2015 in an intimate and moving ceremony, which came 14 months after a horrific highway crash left Tracy Morgan fighting for his life
"These people are out there ... on the front line dealing with this s***," the comedian told Howard Stern.
Eddie Murphy returned to "Saturday Night Live" for the first time in 35 years, and he brought a few familiar faces with him, including Mr. Robinson, Buckwheat and Gumby.
Tracy Morgan is fine after a car accident which involved his brand new Bugatti. It comes nearly five years to the day of his near-fatal crash.
Tracy Morgan (“The Last O.G.”) has been named host of the 2019 ESPYS. The sports awards show will be broadcast live on ABC on Wednesday, July 10, at 8/7c from Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.“I am very excited to be hosting The ESPYS,” said Morgan. “I hope my Uncle Sidney Poitier is there with my biological father Tony Dorsett and my second cousin Herschel Walker. And Bo Jackson I want my two dollars back!”“Tracy is effortlessly funny and deeply passionate about sports,” added executive producer Maura Mandt. “He’s a natural choice to host The ESPYS and we’re thrilled to have him. Few people can own a room like Tracy Morgan, and I can’t wait to see what he has in store for the show.”Also Read: 2018 ESPYS: 15 Things You Didn't See on TVThe ESPYS used to air on ESPN — hence the name — but were moved to fellow Disney-owned channel ABC for broadcast eyeballs. The result has been a mixed bag, ratings-wise.This year’s special will be co-produced by Maggievision Productions.The ESPYS helps to raise awareness and funds for the V Foundation for Cancer Research, the charity founded by ESPN and the late basketball coach Jim Valvano at the first ESPYS back in 1993. ESPN has helped raise close to $97 million for the V Foundation over the past 26 years.Read original story Tracy Morgan to Host 2019 ESPYS At TheWrap
Tracy Morgan called out Jussie Smollett during an appearance on “The Tonight Show” on Monday, mocking the “Empire” star over the circumstances surrounding his reported attack.The “Last O.G.” star told host Jimmy Fallon that he had been tapped to appear on the Fox musical drama, with one condition: “Contractually, all I gotta do is not fake a hate crime,” Morgan joked. “Jussie!”When asked if he believes Smollett’s story that two men attacked him while shouting racist and homophobic slurs, Morgan replied, “Nah man! First of all, racist people don’t be jumping nobody in the polar vortex … ‘It’s too cold. We’ll be racist in the spring.'”Also Read: Chris Rock Mocks Jussie Smollett: 'What a Waste of Light Skin' (Video)Smollett was accused by police of filing a false report related to the January assault in Chicago. Investigators said that he paid the men to stage the attack because he was dissatisfied with his pay on “Empire.” However, Smollett has maintained his innocence and all charges against him were ultimately dropped.“He didn’t let that Subway sandwich go!” Morgan joked, honing in on the fact that the actor said he was making a 2 a.m. trip to a Subway sandwich shop at the time of the reported assault. “I think it was pepperoni and cheese.”Read original story Tracy Morgan Calls Out Jussie Smollett: ‘Racist People Don’t Be Jumping Nobody in the Polar Vortex’ (Video) At TheWrap
Taraji P. Henson, Tracy Morgan and the cast of "What Men Want" talk about remaking the 2000 Mel Gibson rom-com "What Women Want."
"Empire" star Taraji P. Henson takes on Mel Gibson's role in a gender-swapped version of 2000's "What Women Want" in "What Men Want."
Animated film tells story of Jesus's birth from animals' point of view, with voices of Steven Yeun, Anthony Anderson, Kelly Clarkson, Oprah Winfrey, and more.
Jordan Peele does not appear onscreen in his directorial debut, Get Out, the sharply subversive horror film about a biracial couple’s very terrifying weekend in the suburbs. But the Key and Peele alum and sketch-comedy pro did some acting around the movie.
We all know who would win in a fight between Ice Cube and Charlie Day, the actors who play teachers destined for a climactic throwdown in the new comedy, Fist Fight. (Not that we’re spoiling anything. Maybe Charlie Day does win… we’re not saying.)
On Wednesday, the cast of the film Fist Fight visited Conan and let their guard down about putting up their dukes. Tracy Morgan joked, “All my fights are fixed because I fight dirty and naked … If my junk hits your leg, you look down, I catch you with the upper.”