Trevor Noah has sparked fresh dating rumours after commenting about Dua Lipa in his conversation on her podcast. While speaking to the “Hallucinate” singer, 27, for her Dua Lipa: At Your Service podcast, the comedian, 38, shared that the two tend to run into one another at a particular place–so much so that he uses it as a benchmark … Read more
Trevor Noah, the South African anchor of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” is allegedly quitting the network. Trevor made the announcement, telling the audience his 7-year tenure was ending on his 7th anniversary on the show. READ ALSO: Khloe Kardashian Says Tristan Thompson’s Cheating Has Given Her Brain Trauma A Comedy Central source said his … Read more
The 2021 Grammy Awards are over and Africa for once picked up some cool awards. Burna Boy and Wizkid can count a Grammy to their names now. READ ALSO: Stonebwoy Praises Nigerian Artistes For Always Lifting African Entertainment High At The GRAMMYs Burna Boy won the award for World Music Album for his ‘Twice as … Read more
Trevor Noah, a renown South African comedian and host of “The Daily Show”, has been announced as host of the 63rd GRAMMY Awards. This will be the first time the GRAMMY-nominated comedian will host music’s biggest night slated to happen on January 31, 2021. READ ALSO: MOBO Awards 2020: Stowbwoy And Shatta Wale Nominated For … Read more
South African comedian making waves in the United States, Trevor Noah, has passed a comment which is going to divide a lot of people. Marriage is a goal many people seek in life, and one of its attractive perks is getting to stay with someone you’ve chosen and build a life together. READ ALSO: ‘Ini … Read more
We brought you all that your favourite wore for the 2018 Emmy Awards which ended last night Monday, September 17th with Kit Harrington and Trevor Noah stealing a piece of the red carpet. READ ALSO: VIDEO: Not Collaborating With Ebony Reigns Is My Biggest Regret In Life ─ Wendy Shay The award that recognizes excellence in the … Read more
One of this year’s MTV Africa Music Awards biggest selling points is the fact that the show was to be steered by South African comedian-Trevor Noah who has had a highly successful year on Comedy Central. But less than 24 hours to the award show, the Daily Show host has said he cannot host the MTV Africa MAMA Award–because of some infections he is fighting. He wrote: “I’ve been fighting a severe upper respiratory and ear infection this week and despite tons of medication the infection has gotten the better of me. Due to the infection and strain on my vocal chords the doctor has ordered me to rest my voice and recover my health. I desperately wish I could dismiss the doctor but the added risk of flying means that decision would be highly irresponsible and may cause further damage.”
Host of Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show’, Trevor Noah, has been tapped to host the 2016 edition of the MTV Africa Music Awards, which is making a comeback after MTV scrapped it for a while and reinstated it two years ago. Noah would return to his homeland of South Africa for the awards show, which would be held in Johannesburg on the 22nd of October.
Host of the Daily Show Trevor Noah unleashed an epic rant on Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump for his objectionable views on refugees and continued denigration of the country. Noah, in a near 3 minute tirade on his ‘Daily Show’, explained to the dense Trump why America is already great, contrary to his campaign slogan of ‘Make America Great Again’.
Comedian-Trevor Noah spent time addressing the police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile on Thursday night’s episode of The Daily Show, wondering why the discussion around their deaths needs to be so divided. He said: “The hardest part of having a conversation surrounding police shootings in America: It always feels like, in America, it’s like if you take a stand for something, you automatically are against something else.” “But with police shootings, it shouldn’t have to work that way. For instance, if you’re pro-Black Lives Matter, you’re assumed to be anti-police, and if you’re pro-police, then you surely hate black people. It seems that it’s either pro-cop and anti-black or pro-black and anti-cop, when, in reality, you can be pro-cop and pro-black, which is what we all should be. That is what we should be aiming for,” he added.
The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” This may have had an intended value and may even possibly had come of need in those days of … Read more