30 Rock star, Tracy Morgan, was rushed to a Park City, Utah hospital yesterday after he collapsed.
The actor/comedian had just been honored as part of the Creative Coalition Spotlight Awards, and collapsed shortly after he was exiting the building. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Morgan was acting strangely during the awards and was yelling and even fell during the awards. Read the rest of this entry »
Scandal is once again nipping at the heels of Emmy-nominated comic Tracy Morgan. Mere days after the 30 Rock star delivered an apology to the LBGT community for a homophobic tirade he launched at a show in Nashville on June 3, he’s back on the Off-Color Jokes Horse.
NBC’s President of Programming Bob Greenblatt and 30 Rock creator Tina Fey say they’re pleased that Tracy Morgan has apologized for violent anti-gay remarks he made during a comedy concert in Nashville on June 3. Morgan has fallen under fire over the past 24 hours after a series of one-liners he made targeting the LGBTQ during the Tennessee show went viral on Friday. Among them: Morgan said that if his son were gay he “would pull out a knife and stab” him.
Isaiah Washington, is that you? On Friday, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) issued a statement calling on Tracy Morgan’s management team to investigate claims that the professional side-splitter made anti-gay remarks during a show in Nashville earlier this month.
Turns out, no investigation is needed.
Morgan — who won a 2010 Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Tracy Jordan on the NBC comedy 30 Rock — issued a mea culpa of his own just moments ago. In his public tail-tucking, Morgan apologizes for going “too far” during his controversial June 3 set at Tennessee’s Ryman Auditorium.