Steve Harvey Tells Ellen DeGeneres He Stopped Trying to Lose Weight and He'll Just Make More Money Instead
Ellen DeGeneres interviews comedian and talk show host Steve Harvey on the eve of his birthday.
Talk show host Steve Harvey opened up to Ellen DeGeneres on her show and spoke about his forthcoming birthday, and how he feels on the verge of turning 63.
The comedian had Ellen giggling with his quips and his plans for the future.
The Steve Harvey Show is back on Facebook Watch after being canceled in 2019 by NBC
STEVE HARVEY LOOKS FORWARD TO 63RD BIRTHDAY
Steve, who will turn 63 on January 17, told Ellen that he is "fly" and feeling good about himself.
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Steve, who suffered a series of career setbacks in 2019, has bounced back and is involved in several new projects, as well as serving as MC for the Miss Universe pageant and hosting several shows.
We wish Steve Harvey a wonderful birthday and hope to have him entertain us for many more years.
I'm sorry that I hurt people.. I am evolving and want to continue to do so. My goal is to bring people together not tear us apart. Much love & appreciation to the Academy. I hope we can meet again.— Kevin Hart (@KevinHart4real) December 7, 2018
STEVE HARVEY WON'T HOST THE OSCARS
It's Oscar time again, and of course, all attentions focus on who will be hosting the prestigious ceremony.
Steve Harvey, who has been hosting the Miss Universe pageant since 2015, is a favorite candidate for the job, but the comedian has already stated that he is not interested. He said:
"Oh no, I can't host the Oscars. Hell, if they won't let Kevin Hart host the Oscars, how the hell are they going to let me host the Oscars? I don’t want to host the Oscars because I don’t want them digging up my past.”
Kevin Hart stepped down from his role as host of the 91st Academy Awards after 10-year-old homophobic tweets were reposted.