Asian American comedian Ken Jeong left ESPN commentators at a loss for words after giving a shout-out to his wife.
“Relax, ESPN”: Over the weekend, Ken Jeong appeared on ESPN’s “College GameDay” as a guest picker and surprised the set with one of his jokes, reported Mediaite.
On his Monday appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” comedic actor Ken Jeong debunked Nicki Minaj’s testicle-swelling vaccine myth tweet and shone a light on the Delta COVID-19 variant.
Medically inaccurate: In the episode, show host Corden asked Jeong, 52, a hypothetical question on whether the COVID-19 vaccines could cause testicular swelling in patients, a nod to the American rapper’s viral tweet from last week. Jeong was a medical doctor before becoming an actor, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Actor Ken Jeong who is known for his role in “The Hangover” will be starring as the lead character in Amazon’s new dramedy “Shoot the Moon” produced by Daniel Dae Kim.
The single-camera dramedy is about failures in life, taking loose inspiration from the life of Paul Bae, a former English teacher, stand-up comedian and creator of “The Black Tapes” podcast.
MTV Entertainment Studios is partnering with The Asian American Foundation (TAAF) for a special televised event hosted by Ken Jeong featuring performances by Jhené Aiko and Saweetie.
TAAF partnered with the Ford Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, The Henry Luce Foundation and the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation launched the See Us Unite campaign. Their website states that the goal of the campaign is to “expand support for the AAPI community through solidarity and education.”
Actor and comedian Ken Jeong recently donated $50,000 to the families of five Asian victims who died during last week’s spa shootings in Atlanta.
Ken Jeong recently posted hilarious videos from a karaoke party he hosted with his fellow celebrity judges from “The Masked Singer.”
In one of the videos uploaded on his Instagram account, the doctor-turned-comedian shared the stage with Robin Thicke for a duet of Prince’s song “Kiss.”
“Fox NFL Sunday” host Terry Bradshaw apologized to Ken Jeong after referring to him with a racially-insensitive description.
The former NFL quarterback made his remarks following his elimination on “The Masked Singer” on Monday, saying he was “kicked off by Alan Thicke and the little short guy from Japan.”
The ad, directed by Wesley Chan of Wong Fu Productions, promotes the fast food chain’s limited offer of bacon in its classics, namely Big Mac Bacon, Quarter Pounder with Cheese Bacon, and Cheesy Bacon Fries.
Directors Anthony and Joseph Russo, the brothers behind many of Marvel Universe’s most beloved films, are looking to re-connect with past collaborators in their upcoming sequel to “Avengers: Infinity War” including comedian Ken Jeong.
“Crazy Rich Asians” star Ken Jeong — who worked with the Russo brothers on the popular sitcom “Community” — has allegedly been tapped to make a cameo in the highly anticipated “Avengers: Endgame,” according to Revenge of the Fans.
“Crazy Rich Asians” was a box office smash and a landmark moment for Asian representation; it was also the source of some gorgeous looks. From the incredible wedding dresses to Awkwafina’s fire fits, the film showcased Asian stars pulling off potent fashion moments.
Therefore, it was only fitting that at the Golden Globes, the film’s stars showed up dressed to impress. Here were some of the looks served:
Ken Jeong wanted to be in “Crazy Rich Asians” badly, similar to how he now feels about hosting the Oscars.
The blockbuster film, which was recently nominated for both the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards, is the first all-Asian picture to grace Hollywood in 25 years.
Ken Jeong has made it perfectly clear that he wants to host the Oscars.
After Kevin Hart’s departure from the coveted appointment, the Academy has reportedly been “scrambling” to find a replacement ahead of the event on Feb. 25, 2019.