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UK NEWS: N-DUBZ TO SUPPORT COMEDIAN EDDI KADI AT THE O2

Via Voice OnlinePlatinum-selling trio, N-Dubz have announced that they will be supporting north London comic Eddie Kadi at London’s O2 on September 4. The popular group are among the first acts to be unveiled at the north London comic’s date at the UK’s number one music venue. Vocal about their support N Dubz stars, Dappy, Fazer and Tulisa have long been Eddie Kadi fans, so much so they asked him to host the London leg of their 2010 tour in April and []

UK ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: COMEDIAN KOJO SET TO STAR IN NEW FILM

It sounds like big things are on the horizon for comedian Kojo. The MTV Base Comedy Fun House host, who currently spends most of his time in New York tickling the funny bones of our Stateside cousins announced today that he is set to star in a new film. He said via Twitter, Had the best meeting of my career yesterday! Gonna be in a brand new film with a Hollywood Director and the movie is gonna be about me!!! Well this should be interesting….. I wonder who []

COMEDIAN STEVE HARVEY SHAMED

Picture Source Website Rhymeswithsnitch has put comedian Steve Harvey on blast… In the wake of comedian Bernie Mac’s untimely death, Steve who starred with Bernie in the classic movie/documentary ‘Kings Of Comedy’, called in to CNN yesterday and spoke of missing Bernie and how much he loved him. Well That Bitch over at Snitch remembered an interview that Bernie conducted with Ebony Magazine, where he stated that he and Steve were no longer friends, because after Bernie got the role in ‘Ocean’s 11’, Steve and his publicist went behind his back and contacted the []

BERNIE MAC DIES AT 50

Comedian and actor Bernie Mac died early Saturday morning from complications due to pneumonia, his publicist confirmed. Mac, 50, had been hospitalized for about a week at Northwestern Hospital, according to his spokeswoman. A few years ago, Mac disclosed that he suffered from sarcoidosis, a rare autoimmune disease that causes inflammation in tissue, most often in the lungs. The comic born Bernard Jeffrey McCullough could cut an imposing figure. He stood six-foot-three, was built like a fullback and carried himself with a bouncer’s []