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Kevin Hart and his Laugh Out Loud network are debuting their 1:1 interview series: Hart to Heart at the just for Laughs Festival this summer. Kevin, in fact, chit chats with his fellow comedians in his new show. You can watch Anthony Anderson, Trevor Noah, Howie Mandel, and Wanda Sykes at Kevin’s upcoming Hart to Heart talk show.
The Hart To Heart Show By Kevin Hart
Hart will interview his guests before live audiences in his new one-on-one TV interview show. The show, however, will be streamed on his online network. The 39-year-old comedian will host his guest at the timeless Monument-National Theatre in Montreal on July 27.
The renowned comedian has teased his upcoming talk show on Instagram
The Popular Comic Guests In Hart To Heart
Anthony Anderson is an American actor, comedian, writer, and game show host. He is popular for All About the Andersons, Black-ish and The Bernie Mac Show. While South African Trevor Noah is known for hosting The Daily Show. Howie Mandel is the popular host of Deal Or No Deal whereas Wanda Sykes has received the award of the funniest TV actress in 2013.
Hart launched his Laugh Out Loud network in August 2017, and this online comedy streaming platform is growing internationally. The network has produced matchless comedy presentations, series and licensed programs.
“Join Kevin as he sits down and with some of the biggest names in comedy, for hilarious, no-holds-barred interviews – where he may even find himself in the hot-seat, Pull up a chair and get ready for an evening of conversation, comedy and candor – that only Hart can deliver.”
Unlike the previous years, the comic actor has become quite subtle to premiere his new interview series. As a matter of fact, it is the eighth consecutive visit of Kevin Hart to the Just for Laugh festival. The star has previously stolen the festival shows with his profuse performances.
Kevin Hart Rejected The Proposal Of Oscar Hosting 2019
Obviously, this one to one conversation will also address the scandalous Hart’s decision of NOT hosting this year’s Academy Awards debate.
Hart refused to host the Oscars due to the resurrection of the homophobic tweets controversy associated with Kevin (2009 and 2011).
The comedian, thus, re-apologized and defended the controversy on Twitter:
I have made the choice to step down from hosting this year's Oscar's….this is because I do not want to be a distraction on a night that should be celebrated by so many amazing talented artists. I sincerely apologize to the LGBTQ community for my insensitive words from my past.
— Kevin Hart (@KevinHart4real) December 7, 2018
The Busy Hart!
Along with this interview sessions, Kevin Hart is also busy in his acting projects He will be seen in the sequel Jumanji: The Next Level, scheduled for December 2019. Lionsgate’s live-action Monopoly movie, and in the Sony family film Fatherhood. Moreover, Hart collaborated with Paramount for a remake of the 1988 Christmas comedy Scrooged. Richard Donner is the director of the movie and the lead actor includes Bill Murray.