“Kenan” is back for more laughs, we speak with the stars about season 2
Another season of laughs is underway on NBC as “Kenan” returns for season 2. Kenan Thompson returns as a single dad trying to make things work while balancing being a father, a morning show host, and with the support of his brother and father-in-law. Host Jason Carr got a chance to speak with the stars, Kenan Thompson and Kimrie Lewis, about the upcoming season.
Live comedy is back and here’s where you can see nationally renowned comics
Eastern Market – We could all use a little laugh right now and with entertainment venues reopening, here’s your opportunity. Bert’s Warehouse Theater has teamed up with “They-So-Funny” Promotions for “Funny Detroit,” comedy shows starring renowned comics. This weekend you can see TK Kirkland, and he joined host Tati Amare on the show to discuss his upcoming show. Their friendship goes back 40 years to when Mike Tyson was about 19 years old. AdIf you would like to see TK Kirkland, or other comedians in “Funny Detroit,” he will be performing March 12-14th at Bert’s Warehouse Theater In Eastern Market.
A magical night awaits you in Metro Detroit
They say Laughter is magic but so is actual magic, and you can experience both at Genitti’s in Northville this weekend. Live In The D friend Jasen Magic will be performing there this weekend. He joined Tati and Jason from his “parent’s basement” to talk all about his upcoming show this weekend at Genitti’s Dinner Theater, which promises to be an evening of fun and magic in a socially distanced setting. Jasen gave Tati and Jason of preview of what people can expect. Click on the video to see the illusion he had for Jason and Tati, and note, these tricks may change the way you perceive the adage about glasses being half full or half empty.
Internet comes together to mock Penn State football for hilariously bad Super Bowl graphic
This did not go how Penn State expected. Sometimes you have a bad tweet, and other times, you have a tweet so hilariously awful that the entire internet bands together to mock you. The latest victim: Penn State football. C’mon Penn State football intern, this is TWITTER, for heaven’s sake! It’s nice that we can all come together and roast Penn State once in awhile.
If You love the “Housewives” franchise, you’ll love Amy Phillips
Host, Tati Amare got a chance to talk to Amy Phillips, a Grosse Point native, who can be seen on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" doing impersonations of the different ”Housewives" cast members. She did impersonations of many different people but when she started doing impersonations of the “Housewives” she caught Andy Cohen’s attention. She says she enjoys everyone from the “Housewives” franchise but her favorite person to impersonate is Theresa from Real Housewives of New Jersey. She was able to create a radio show based on the “Housewives” called “Reality Checked” which is on Sirius XM-Radio Andy. Watch the video to learn more about Amy Phillips!