Hot on the heels of a blockbuster first season, the husbands are back to settle the score in a drama-filled reunion of epic proportions on the "Real Husbands of Hollywood: The Reunion Special" premiering Tuesday, May 28th at 10 P.M. ET/PT* on BET.
Tensions are high as the entire cast reunites in the middle of filming season 2 to discuss the fun, the fights and craziness surrounding the inaugural season of "the fakest reality show on television." Hosted by Lala Anthony , "Real Husbands of Hollywood: The Reunion Special" sees Kevin, Nick, JB, Duane, Boris and Nelly squashing old beefs . . . and hilariously creating new ones. Despite their many issues, the cast can all agree on thing for certain - Kevin is the root of it all. Recently departed cast member Robin Thicke adds to the mix by returning to set the record straight on his relationship with Kevin after abruptly exiting the series last month and original husband Bobby Brown makes an explosive cameo appearance that is sure to turn heads.
(prnewswire.com. Photo by PRNewsFoto/BET Networks)
Monday May 6th, will kick off a week of superstar celebrities taking over The Steve Harvey Morning Show broadcast, for a blowout week of radio with The Steve Harvey Morning Show’s Shirley Strawberry, Nephew Tommy, Carla Ferrell, Junior and Sheryl Underwood. While Steve Harvey – who was just named a double Daytime Emmy nominee in two categories for outstanding hosting on Steve Harvey and Family Feud – is away on vacation, the worlds of entertainment, music and sports take over the airwaves when Charlie Wilson, Kevin Hart, KEM, John Legend and Deion Sanders join the #1 rated show as special guest hosts. For mornings filled with laughs, inspiration, interviews and more, starting Monday May 6th from 6 – 10 am EST, listeners will hear Charlie Wilson as guest host, followed by Kevin Hart on Tuesday May 7th, KEM on Wednesday May 8th, John Legend on Thursday May 9th, wrapping with Deion Sanders on Friday, May 10th.
Spike TV’s “Guys Choice” (#GuysChoice), Hollywood’s biggest boys night out, announced today that Academy Award®-winner Ben Affleck will receive the evening’s highest honor, “Guy of the Year.” The always A-List, modern tribute to the most important manchievements of the year in sports, music, television and film will tape on Saturday, June 8 at the Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, CA and premieres Wednesday, June 12 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Top honors in addition to Affleck include: Jimmy Kimmel receiving the “Funniest M.F.” award, which puts him in the company of comedic legends and previous winners Chris Rock, Steve Carell, Jim Carrey, Will Ferrell, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Seth MacFarlane; Vince Vaughn being honored for being so money with the coveted “Guycon” award; Kevin Hart’s monumental year on stage celebrated with the first-ever ‘Stand-Up of the Year” award; ‘Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke accepting the “Holy Grail of Hot” award; and Felix Baumgartner receiving the “Mankind” award, honoring his world record free-fall space jump of 127,852.4 feet last October. Triumph The Insult Comic Dog will once again return to carry on his tradition of roasting the “Douchebags of the Year.”
(http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com - By Sara Bibel)
Kevin Hart - Stand-up Breakout
"Mind-boggling." That's how Hart describes his recent career surge: In the past year, the Philadelphia native's latest tour, Let Me Explain
, grossed $38 million, his Twitter following grew to more than 7 million, and his BET reality-spoof series, The Real Husbands of Hollywood
, drew more than 6 million viewers. The 32-year-old also scored a spot hosting SNL in March. "I think my core audience grew with me -- you need that approval when you're a black comedian!" says the divorced father of two. "And then I said, 'OK, I need more folks to get where I'm coming from.' " Hart's Let Me Explain
, the concert film of his comedy tour, opens July 3.
Kevin Hart‘s films have been the very definition of sleepers. What could score huge is his comedy concert documentary Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, which Codeblack and Lionsgate release July 3 hoping for lightning to strike twice after Hart’s previous comedy docu, 2011′s Laugh At My Pain, came out of nowhere and made $7.7M on a microbudget.
(deadline.com - By Jen Yamato)