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Hulkamania may soon be running wild again in the WWE. TMZ reports that Hulk Hogan has been in talks with WWE officials and negotiating a possible return. The WWE cut all ties with “The Hulkster” in 2015 over Hogan’s use of the N-word during a secretly-recorded sex tape that was leaked as well as in another recording. Hogan apologized for the recordings and insisted that he’s not a racist. He even got support from African-American wrestlers, but the WWE decided to make a clean break from Hogan and erased all mentions of his name and merchandise bearing his image. It is said that both sides want a return to happen and are currently working on how to do it in the most appropriate way.
Thursday afternoon, Kevin Hart survived an airplane mishap. The wheels on his private jet exploded. Boston firefighters rushed to meet the plane on the runway. Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that Hart’s Gulfstream 4 landed and “blew a left main gear tire.” Hart shared with his 59 million Instagram followers a photo of his squad praying next the plane on the tarmac. (quote) “God is Good with a capital G. Had our first serious airplane scare today. Nobody was harmed. Our pilot handled the situation perfectly. #Blessed” The runway needed to be cleared of debris. Passengers from a commercial flight described the terror of landing right after Kevin Hart. With smoldering rubber still on the runway, the airline pilot’s last-second evasive maneuver rattled everybody’s nerves.
Update: CHARLIE ROSE is making headlines once again for all the wrong reasons. The Washington Post reports 27 more women have come forward accusing the former CBS anchor of sexually harassment. GAYLE KING was particularly shocked and revealed on “CBS This Morning” that she felt “sick to my stomach,” calls the allegations “very troubling, very disturbing” and still considers Charlie to be her friend. Rose claims the story is “unfair and inaccurate.”
We’re going to be seeing less of Conan O’Brien soon. His TBS show will be cut down to a 30-minute nightly format in 2019. The comedian says the move “gives us the opportunity to double down on stuff we’re doing that works best and resonates with our fan base, especially our digital stuff, and make the show leaner so I’m never out there filling time in any way.”
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— Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) May 4, 2018