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Chris Rock and Lake Bell fuel romance rumors with dinner date in LA

Chris Rock and Lake Bell are adding more fuel to those romance rumors. In exclusive pics obtained by Page Six, the pair were spotted leaving a dinner date at celebrity hot spot Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica, Calif., Saturday night. The comedian, 57, wore a white sweater with matching white pants, which he accessorized with brown dress shoes and aviator sunglasses tucked into his shirt. Bell, 43, opted for an all-black ensemble, featuring a wrap top with a plunging neckline and black jeans. The “Bless This Mess” star completed her chic look with black slingback heels and her brunette tresses styled...
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How's Will Smith 3 Months After Infamous Oscars Slap Incident With Chris Rock?

Will Smith is doing well months after the infamous Oscars slap incident with Chris Rock. Smith's "King Richard" co-stars Mikayla Bartholomew and Saniyya Sidney graced the red carpet at the 2022 BET Awards Sunday. They spoke with Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier, and Bartholomew gave an update about Smith, who won the BET Award for Best Actor but did not attend.
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Chris Rock brings ‘Ego Death’ tour to Soaring Eagle

Chris Rock brings his Ego Death World Tour to Soaring Eagle Casino at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 25. Rock has been making people laugh since he first started performing in the ’80s, and his popularity skyrocketed when he became a cast member on “Saturday Night Live” in 1990. After his run on SNL, Rock starred in his first HBO comedy special in 1994. A second special led to his first two Emmy Awards. Since then, Rock has starred in numerous hit films and T.V. series, including the TV series based on his childhood, “Everybody Hates Chris.” He’s also directed several films while continuing to tour as a stand-up comedian. Tickets start at $69.50. 6800 Soaring Eagle Blvd., Mt. Pleasant., (888) 732-4537.

Mike Tyson Weighs in on Will Smith's Oscars Slap on Chris Rock

Mike Tyson just shared his thoughts on Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Academy Awards back in March. The legendary boxer recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and was asked about the slap that sent shockwaves across Hollywood. Tyson, who recently got into a physical altercation with a fan on a plane, said the ordeal was "pretty interesting."

Chris Rock and Dwayne Johnson Decline Hosting the Emmys

Dwayne Johnson and Chris Rock were asked to host the 2022 Emmy Awards this fall — both declined.  Vanity Fair notes that it may be challenging to find an awards show host after the infamous slap by Will Smith at the Oscars earlier this year. Smith struck Rock after he joked about Jada Pinkett Smith’s […] The post Chris Rock and Dwayne Johnson Decline Hosting the Emmys appeared first on BLAC Detroit Magazine.

Dwayne Johnson and Chris Rock Have Reportedly Been Asked to Host the Emmys

Chris Rock and Dwayne Johnson have been approached about hosting the Primetime Emmys in September, Deadline reports. The Emmys would understandably try to gauge Rock’s interest in the gig in wake of the slap seen ‘round the world at the Oscars earlier this year, but he has reportedly declined the offer. The comedian jokingly revealed in April that he would only discuss the incident when he was paid to do so. “I’m OK, I have a whole show and I’m not talking about that until I get paid. Life is good. I got my hearing back,” he said.

Mike Tyson Weighs in on Will Smith Slapping Chris Rock

Mike Tyson is weighing-in on Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscars – in the way that only Mike Tyson can. While appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Tyson was asked if he saw the infamous "Slap Heard 'Round The World" during the Oscars, to which the former heavyweight champ confirmed that he did, calling it "interesting." Tyson had more thoughts to share on the matter when Kimmel went on to say that the last time he had been that shocked during a live broadcast event was when Mike Tyson bit off a piece of Evander Holyfield's ear.

Chris Rock and Dwayne Johnson Approached to Host 2022 Emmys

This year's Primetime Emmy awards might be courting some major names as host. According to a new report from Deadline, both comedian Chris Rock and actor Dwayne Johnson have been approached to potentially host the 2022 Emmys, which will air on NBC this September. The report indicates that Rock has turned down the informal offer to host, and that it "does not appear likely" that Johnson could take the gig either. That being said, Emmy producers Done+Dusted and Hudlin Entertainment are reportedly aiming for ambitious choices in determining a host, although talent from NBC and Peacock are still expected to be considered. Both Rock and Johnson have a history with NBC, with Rock initially serving as a cast member on Saturday Night Live. Johnson, meanwhile, currently has Young Rock on the network, a successful sitcom inspired by his early life.

Producers Wanted Chris Rock To Host Emmys With WWE Backup

Dwayne Johnson has been in serious demand lately. The co-owner of the XFL has been hard at work producing and starring in movies, as well as founding a tequila brand, and buying the aforementioned football league. The work has left him so busy that the former-WWE Champion hasn’t been involved in any kind of WWE programming since the premiere of “WWE Smackdown” on the FOX network, despite WWE centering the entire 2021 Survivor Series PPV around the 25th anniversary of Johnson’s WWE debut. It now looks like Johnson is too busy for another institution: The Emmys.