Kevin Hart

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He rejected the characterization that he was defensive when he resigned from hosting the Oscars — while continuing to defend himself.
Following controversy surrounding Kevin Hart, the Academy Awards will go without a host for the first time in 30 years.
Kevin Hart is, once again, in the midst of controversy over his homophobic jokes.
The comedian's history of anti-LGBTQ jokes and tweets resurfaces once again after he expressed support for the "Empire" star, who is gay.
Celebrities like Busy Philipps, Kevin Hart and Snooki have also taken part.
“He feels like he’s being attacked,” the actor said. “But the truth is, he’s not.”
The comedian said he "wouldn't change anything" about how he handled the backlash.
Producers plan to delegate the role of emcee to a selection of A-list stars, who will introduce various segments.
The comedian stated once and for all that he will not host the Oscars this year.
The comedian, who stepped down from hosting the Oscars, made the apology just days after a controversial appearance on “The Ellen Degeneres Show.”
"Kevin, if anything, this is the time to hear other people out," the CNN anchor said.
When black people come to the defense of these men, here’s what they are really saying: black lives matter, but only certain ones, only convenient ones.
"Ellen" should be an ideal place to engage in cultural discourse, but the influential host proved we have no arena for litigating issues as serious as homophobia.
The comedian stepped down from hosting the Academy Awards after a series of his homophobic tweets resurfaced.
Ellen DeGeneres is facing fiery backlash for still wanting comedian Kevin Hart to host the Oscars.
Hart also said he'd reconsider hosting the 2019 Academy Awards, weeks after his old homophobic jokes and comments resurfaced.
The comedian will ring in 2019 in Las Vegas with rappers Lil Wayne and Big Sean.