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No One Was Safe From Chris Rock's BET Awards Monologue

by Ron Dicker - The Huffington Post Chris Rock killed it in his monologue at the BET Awards Sunday night, zinging Jay Z and "Scandal" fans, to name a few. Rock, who called the show "The Black World Cup," then took aim at Donald Sterling.

Chris Rock Riffs on Solange, Rick Ross, Donald Sterling at BET Awards

by Ryan Reed - RollingStone.com

Chris Rock excelled at Sunday night's BET Awards, with the comedian's opening monologue earning the biggest laughs of the night. The comedian touched on some of the most prominent pop culture stories – from Solange and Jay Z's elevator fight to Rick Ross' weight problem to disgraced Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

Chris Rock Riffs on Solange, Rick Ross, Donald Sterling at BET Awards

by Ryan Reed - RollingStone.com

Chris Rock excelled at Sunday night's BET Awards, with the comedian's opening monologue earning the biggest laughs of the night. The comedian touched on some of the most prominent pop culture stories – from Solange and Jay Z's elevator fight to Rick Ross' weight problem to disgraced Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

Chris crashes Seth Meyer's monologue

Comedian Chris Rock surprised Seth Meyers on last night's LATE NIGHT by crashing the host's opening monologue. Check out the clip below! BroadwayWorld.com

Chris Rock announces ‘black plague’ comedy tour this fall

Chris Rock is ready to spread the “black plague.”

Thursday, the comedian told Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon he will kick off a new stand-up tour this fall. He also credited Kanye West for coming up with the tour’s title.

“The other day, we were hanging out and he gave me that name,” Rock said. “We were listening to records or whatever and he said ‘black plague,’ and I was like ‘Can I use that?’”

Chris Rock to Host BET Awards 2014

It sounds like some of the biggest stars can expect to be picked on by Chris Rock next month.

The comedian and actor was announced as the host of this year's BET Awards and he says no one will be spared when it comes to his jokes.

"Nobody is off limits," Rock told PEOPLE on Wednesday. "I'm sure I'll get some memo I'll ignore."

Rock announced he would be hosting the awards program on the network's hit show 106 & Park on Wednesday. This will be his first time hosting.

Chris Rock To Host 2014 BET Awards

Not everybody hates Chris.

BET announced on Wednesday (May 14) that comedian Chris Rock will serve as host to its 2014 BET Awards.

“We’ve been trying to make this happen for a VERY long while, and we’re ecstatic that Chris Rock will be the host of the BET Awards for the first time,” said Stephen Hill, president of Music Programming and Specials at BET in a statement. “Mr. Rock is a comedic genius with a rapier wit who is a keen observer of pop culture.”

Rosario Dawson is pretty in purple as she joins Chris Rock to re-shoot scenes for new comedy Finally Famous

He plays a comedian striving to become a 'serious' actor, while she plays an intelligent and beautiful journalist.

And their on-screen chemistry was obvious when Chris Rock and Rosario Dawson met in New York on Friday to re-shoot scenes for their upcoming comedy Finally Famous.

The movie is written and directed by 49-year-old Rock and shooting originally began in June 2013.

The pair took the re-shoot in their stride joining co-star J.B. Smoove on the Big Apple set.

Bill Hader, Chris Rock, Patrick Stewart & More to Present at the 'American Comedy Awards' Thursday, May 8 on NBC

NBC and Don Mischer Productions announced today the presenters for the “American Comedy Awards,” airing Thursday, May 8 (9-11 p.m. ET/PT) on NBC.

Chris Rock will present the Johnny Carson Award for Comedic Excellence to Bill Cosby. Other presenters include Scott Aukerman, Lake Bell, Mike Birbiglia, Hannibal Buress, Andy Daly, Billy Eichner, Bill Hader, John Hodgman, Johnny Knoxville, Leslie Mann, Stephen Merchant, Adam Pally, Aubrey Plaza, Timothy Simons, JB Smoove, Patrick Stewart and Matt Walsh.

Chris Rock Hints At Stand-Up Return

The last time we saw Chris Rock on a stand-up tour was back in 2008 for his  Kill The Messenger  HBO special. Now we might get a chance to catch him back on stage with his newest material soon. With talk that he and Dave Chappelle were possibly looking at touring together over the last year, Chris recently added  fuel to the talks of his return. Last week he stopped by New Jersey’s Stress Factory comedy club to headline a couple shows which included comedians Leslie Jones, Hannibal Buress and Ardie Fuqua.

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