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“Bitter sweet” are the two words Jordan Peele is using to describe the ending of he and Keegan Key’s popular show, Key & Peele.

 After five seasons on Comedy Central, the comedians have decided to move one, but during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, Peele told HipHollywood that he and his partner have so much more in store. “Keegan and I by no means are through working with each other. We have a movie coming out April 22 called Keanu that I’m sure every Key & Peele fan will love and adore and realize that we aren’t going away,” the Emmy nominee explained.

The  comedian went on to share what it was like starting with his partner in crime on Mad TV. “When you look at the whole story of it being over a decade it puts it into a very cool, very warm perspective for me,” he said.

During Saturday night’s award show, Key and Peele were not the only two comedians being recognized for their perfect comedic timing. Mindy Kaling was nominated for her hit sitcom, The Mindy Project and talk show host, Aisha Tyler’s show Archer was also nominated. “Super excited, this is our second year,” she told us. “We are not going to win, but it’ll be nice for us all to be together.”

Speaking of winning, we had to get the  comedienne’s reaction to folks blaming Drake for Serena’s big U.S. Open loss on Friday. “If they are both having such great sex that Serena lost, God bless them both,” she told us.

She drives a good point!

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“I Cried A Lot”: Snoop Dogg’s Gospel Album Helped Him Through “Sad” Times



Thugs gotta cry too.

In a moment of vulnerability, Snoop Dogg opened up to HH about how sometimes he gets a bit down, “I cry. I’m sad a lot,” the legendary rapper told us. Life’s “problems and issues” sometimes weigh on the 46-year-old, but thankfully, his new project, Bible Of Love helped to lift his spirits.

The double-disc album, 32-track, gospel album is the first of its kind from Snoop, and while not everyone is receptive, the Doggfather knows he’s fulfilling his purpose. “I stepped in the world (of gospel) to say, hold on, let me take my light … and put it on this gospel gang with some of the most extraordinary singers you’ve ever heard in your life,” Snoop stated.

And that he did!

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