A lot of celebrities have stories about working at McDonald’s, but they’re probably not as funny as Eddie Murphy‘s. He shares his story on “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” about not only working there, but getting fired! The funny thing is, he remembers it like it was yesterday. Listen to the audio player to hear him explain why he got fired, and how it was when he went back after becoming famous. Hear his story, and more from our hilarious conversation in this exclusive interview! Your browser does not support iframes. Get more of our hot interviews here and listen to “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” weekdays from 6-10 a.m. EST! Presented by The Rickey Smiley Morning Show
If you’re wondering where Eddie Murphy is, he’s at home on the couch watching TV. As one of the best to do ever do it, he tells us on “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” he’s not just going for any gig or movie. Listen to the audio player to hear why Eddie vows to not do anymore wack films just for the money. In addition to filling us in on his mini hiatus, he tells us what he would like to do next. Will it be music? It’s possible. The comedian talks about his new song, where it could take him, and much more in thisexclusive interview! Your browser does not support iframes. Get more of our hot interviews here and listen to “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” weekdays from 6-10 a.m. EST! Presented by The Rickey Smiley Morning Show
Eddie Murphy is finally heading back to his old improve roots. The comedy legend announced he will appear on Saturday Night Live’s upcoming 40th anniversary special. Murphy became a break out sensation after spending four seasons on the NBC sketch comedy series. The actor/singer left in 1984 to become one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. During an interview on NewsOne Now’s Roland Martin, Murphy confirmed he will make an appearance on the series since he left over 30 years ago on Feb. 15. When asked why he never came back since he departed the show, Murphy stated: It’s just timing. It just never worked out where the timing was right for me to do it…They’re actually having a 40th anniversary I think in two weeks. I’m going to that, and that’ll be the first time I’ve been back since I left. While ole’ Eddie’s being modest now, in 2011 he kept it too real on why he never popped up on SNL over the years. In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Murphy revealed the show made a joke about him during a Weekend Update sketch in the 90’s that didn’t sit well with him, when his career hit a slump. Murphy revealed: They said some s*&$#y things. There was that David Spade sketch [when Spade showed a picture of Murphy around the time of Vampire in Brooklyn and said, “Look, children, a falling star”]. I made a stink about it, it became part of the folklore. What really irritated me about it at the time was that it was a career shot. It was like, “Hey, come on, man, it’s one thing for you guys to do a joke about some movie of mine, but my career? I’m one [...]
Former NFL Star Michael Strahan’s Step Daughters are strippin down… BTW, these are also Eddie Murphy’s Daughters….
Eddie Murphy's hot young daughters have some 'splainin' to do ... because TMZ has learned they hijacked their mom and her fiancé Michael Strahan's boudoir for their recent sexy lingerie shoot. Photographer Dimitri Ray -- who snapped the pics last Thursday -- tells us, the girls chose the master bed inside Nicole Murphy and Strahan's giant Bev Hills mansion as the shoot location ... presumably because it's big and fluffy and ... who the hell knows. We're told the girls didn't consult with mom and Michael -- who, we're guessing, would have chosen a different location than the spot where they have sex. FYI, Eddie and Nicole split in 2006. Nicole and Michael got engaged in 2009. We're told it was 19-year-old Shayne's first attempt at modeling (not bad) but it's old hat for 24-year-old Bria. The photog says the girls wanted to use the shots to pitch themselves to Victoria's Secret. Good luck with that. Presentd by TMZ