During a recent segment on Kevin Hart's new Peacock talk show "Hart to Heart" he accidentally offended Don Cheadle when the topic of age came up.
Kevin Hart is welcoming big celebrity guests onto his brand new Peacock talk show, "Hart to Heart" Thursday. Hart promises it's unlike anything we've ever seen.
Produced by the Obamas, Fatherhood is based on Matthew Logelin's memoir "Two Kisses for Maddy: A Memoir of Loss and Love" with Hart playing widowed father Logelin.
Introducing Kevin Hart's favorite electric toothbrush—Brüush. Now in three additional colors for a limited time only.
Social media's cancel culture won't have much to be upset about with Kevin Hart's new Netflix special, "Zero F— Given."
"Graduate Together 2020" is an all-star simulcast graduation ceremony airing on multiple networks on May 16, featuring everyone from President Barack Obama to LeBron James to The Jonas Brothers.
"More than anything, this pandemic has fully, finally torn back the curtain on the idea that so many of the folks in charge know what they're doing," he said.
"I'm growing up to hate this s—t [homosexuality]," the 20-year-old rapper told television program creator Paul Rivera on an episode of HBO's "The Shop,"
"We have a lot more laughing to do together," Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson posted on Instagram.
"CNN Tonight" host says the comedian's response to the LGBT community has been found wanting.
Hart admitted to cheating on his wife Eniko Parrish last year.
Wade scored a season-high 28 points as the Heat leveled the series in Philadelphia.
"Who gives a shit? Fly, Eagles, fly. Fuck it," said Hart.
The NBC sketch comedy show picks back up on Saturday.
Kevin Hart started a donation challenge, calling on his celebrity friends to help victims in Texas affected by the hurricane.
In his first show behind the wheel, Trevor Noah assures "Daily Show" fans that not that much will change.