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Matt gets all dolled up to confront the cast of Bridesmaids about the underrepresentation of white men in movies. It's a rough life, my friend.
7 May 2011
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Comedian jamie kennedy strikes again
9 Apr 2006
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does 3 puppets at the same time and one while drinking something
13 Apr 2007
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the great Comedian at his best,,,,,,,,,,,,enjoy and do comment,,,,,,,,,,,,
29 Apr 2009
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does Matt Zaller, Weblebrity and Comedian, get ideas for his celebrity interviews?
21 Jun 2011
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Comedy & Stand up Comedy. Raju Shrivastav, the undisputed comedian
10 Mar 2009
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A rap song by comedian Jon Lajoie. For the free MP3 visit www.jonlajoie.com
22 Sep 2009
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He's so crazy! WANT MORE ROBIN WILLIAMS AND OTHER STAND UP COMEDY ACTS? Check out the "Related Link" below. My personal stand up comedian vlog with plenty of videos to keep you entertained and laughing for hours!
15 Oct 2007
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Turn that auto-correct failure into Twitter glory, submit your best text message gone wrong jokes with the Klondike Twitter Joke Contest. Rob Delaney(robdelaney)and Klondike (Klondikebar) have been encouraging aspiring comedians and everyday jokesters to submit their own comedic interpretations of various predetermined joke categories throughout the summer. The rules are simple – jokes just need to be original and they need to include the KCS hashtag (#KCS).
20 Jun 2012
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Two great comedians with a unique show
4 Apr 2006
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bill bailey shows the hilarious differences between english and european police sirens Translation of the French siren: Attention We are injured We have a man He's called Jean-Michel His leg is broken With a young girl She's called Gesele She's so beautiful They climbed up a tree To make Love They adopted the missionary position - it's popular He fell He broke his leg Attention
31 Jul 2007
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Arab comedian doing some great imitations. Very funny.
11 Feb 2007
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An animation of comedian eddie izzard talking about his idea of the 'death star canteen'. If you like this video, you can see more of my eddie izzard animations in the more from this user list.
11 Oct 2008
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this is the clip of one of the indias greatest standup comedian SUNIL PAL frm Great Indian Lafter Champions.............. the clip is in hindi i hope u all enjoy........................... ---- in the clip he is presenting a character called RATAN NOORA................. this is very intresting on so enjoy
10 Dec 2006
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Britain's Got Talent Grand Final - Andrew Johnston Changing the mood completely, Andrew Johnston returned to the track which left the judges open mouthed at auditions. As the first clear notes of Pie Jesu rang out, the Carlisle schoolboy again managed to silence the crowd. He may be looking more and more like a man every day with his smart suit and dignified pose. Piers said, "Andrew., look at you! What a difference from that shy nervous boy we met in the audition room. That was a brilliantly confident performance. I've been waiting for you to do that. You came out looking like a star and you sang like a star. Amanda said, "I completely agree with Piers, you sing with your shoulders up really tense, but you've transformed. Everything about you. You're a winner, now. Not just in this competition but for the rest of your life." taken from the official site: 13 (Saturday, 31 May 2008 at 18:50) Britain's Got Talent is a British television show on ITV (also on TV3 in Ireland). Presented by Ant & Dec, the talent show premiered on 9 June 2007, and was broadcast daily with a live final on 17 June 2007. It is a search for Britain's next best amateur talent act, featuring singers, dancers, comedians, variety acts, and other talents of all ages. Anyone who believed they have talent was encouraged to audition. The winner of the show received £100,000 and performed at the Royal Variety Performance in front of the Queen and members of the Royal Family at the Empire Theatre in Liverpool. As Britain's Got Talent returns for its second series, hosts Ant & Dec and judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan once again begin their search for Britain's most talented performer. The second series began on a primetime slot at 19:45 on 12 April and for the remainder of the auditions will continue in this Saturday night slot. Once the semi-finals begin they will be shown daily, like in series one, over one week 26 May - 30 May with the live final on Saturday 31 May. Format The series made its début soon after the conclusion of its U.S. counterpart, America's Got Talent, and is the creation of The X Factor and Pop Idol/American Idol mastermind Simon Cowell who has created a Got Talent series across the globe. On 12 February 2007 it was announced by ITV the judges would be Cowell, Piers Morgan (who had also judged America's Got Talent), and Amanda Holden (a late replacement for Cheryl Cole[1]). In a similar fashion to The X Factor, the show has an ITV2 counterpart called Britain's Got More Talent, presented by magician and former CITV presenter, Stephen Mulhern. The show was originally planned to air much earlier (before America's Got Talent) and be presented by Paul O'Grady. However, after O'Grady's defection to Channel 4 from ITV for The Paul O'Grady Show, O'Grady refused to appear in another ITV show, so the series was put on hold after just one rehearsal show.[2][3] The audition process is similar to The Gong Show but with the judges pressing buzzers instead of banging a gong. The buzzers can only be pressed once if the judge has seen enough, and when all three are pressed the act must stop. The auditions also include the added twist of having to perform in front of a studio audience alongside the judges. Once the act finishes or is stopped, judges express their opinions and decide whether they would like to see them in the semi-finals, with acts needing to receive a majority vote to go through. The audience is invited to express their views (often boos or cheers) which may have a positive or negative impact on a judge's decision, should the judge be unsure on whether to put the act through. taken from wiki: site:
18 Apr 2009
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Comedian imitates G.W. Bush! Hillarious!
7 Aug 2007
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