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Move Over Kevin Hart, Eddie Murphy Wants His Spot Back!



There’s no doubt that Kevin Hart is the king of comedy right now, but Eddie Murphy may want his crown back.

On the heels of Hart’s latest Saturday Night Live appearance, Eddie Murphy has announced he will be returning to his old stomping grounds for the first time in 30 years. In an interview with Roland Martin, Murphy revealed he would be returning to celebrate SNL‘s 40th anniversary.

“It just never worked out where the timing was right for me to do it,” Murphy told the News One Now host about his absence from the sketch comedy show. “They’re having a 40th anniversary…I’m going to that. And that will be the first time I’ve been back since I left.”

Murphy was a cast member of the iconic show from 1980-1984. We’re looking forward to his return on SNL and the various projects he has slated for 2015 and 2016. Eddie is back!

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  1. Ms D

    January 30, 2015 at 1:27 PM

    Good because I’m a little sick of midget man

  2. sunni_daze

    February 2, 2015 at 7:47 AM

    Don’t come back as Dr. Dolittle. We need Raw, Eddie

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Reports: Mariah Carey Signs With Jay Z’s RocNation



We know Mariah Carey changes managers like she changes clothes, but her next move could be her best move. According to Page Six Carey is in talks with Jay Z’s Roc Nation to manage her career.

Roc Nation manages Rihanna, Shakira, J Cole and DJ Khaled to name a few.

Apparently, the pop diva is hoping Hov and his team can put her back on top now that she parted ways with former manager Stella Bulochnikov earlier this month.

Sources tell HipHollywood Carey is cleaning house, and has also fired her publicist, assistant and attorney Darrell Miller.

But one person who hasn’t gotten the boot is her back-up dancer boyfriend Bryan Tanaka. Rumors were swirling that she hired Tanaka to take over her day-to-day management, but he’s actually her creative director.

Carey just released her holiday movie Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You, and is slated to bring her Christmas concerts back to the Beacon Theater in NYC this month. She hasn’t however dropped a new album in almost four years.

Fingers crossed this new partnership with Roc Nation brings about new music, and a Mariah / Jay Z collaboration. The two did make magic back in 1999 with their #1 single “Heartbreaker.”

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