The second annual Comedy Central Comedy Awards were taped last night (April 28) in New York City and some of our favorite comedians including Kristen Wiig, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph were in attendance.
The awards show honors the best in stand-up, television, film, and online hysteria, as well as recognizing the legendary comedians of our time. This year, the special mentions were dedicated towards comedic icon Don Rickles and funny man Robin Williams, who called himself "one of the luckiest (bleeps) in show business, with the possible exception of Ryan Seacrest."
He has a history of substance abuse, and now Matthew Perry has announced he’ll be taking a break from life to “focus on my sobriety.”
The “Friends” star insists he hasn’t relapsed back to his prescription pill addiction (he spent time in rehab back in 1997 and 2001), and that he’s taking proactive measures to stay on the straight and narrow.
When it comes to taking her career to the next level, Michelle Trachtenberg is making all the right moves.
The “Eurotrip” actress was spotted on the job yesterday in New York City prepping up to shoot a scene for “Gossip Girl.” She was sporting a hipster grey jacket and black pants as she worked it for the camera.