The 5 Best Moments from Kevin Hart’s Morning Show Takeover
FROM BIRDS TO POLITICS, KEVIN'S GOT SOMETHING TO SAY
Steve was out of the studio on January 31, but they found someone just as iconic to step into his shoes for that day: Kevin Hart. Here are the five best moments from Kevin’s morning show takeover:
1. When Kevin dished out parenting advice.
To start the show, Kevin took calls from listeners. His first caller was from a mother who was having difficulty getting her son to listen to her. Kevin’s advice: slap him in the back of the neck. His reasoning will leave you in tears.
And, honestly, the man might have a point. See for yourself:
2. When Kevin gave his thoughts on the State of the Union Address.
When asked to grade the speech, he opted to give it a level and in this case, an “aight level.” The crew laughed but Kevin says, “I’m always gonna be nice.”
On a more serious note, however, Kevin said, “We’re not buying what’s being presented… we have to go and actually make change.”
3. When Kevin told a couple to “show up” in the bedroom.
A couple struggling with the volume of their visitors’ sex life wrote into the show for advice on how to deal with the situation. Kevin’s advice: outdo them… even if that means you just bang some furniture against the wall. We laugh, but he’s serious.
“We need to represent our household… we need to show up and show out!”
4. When Kevin repped the Philadelphia Eagles.
Kevin’s from Philly, so it goes without saying that he’s a die-hard Eagles fan. And unless you’re living under a rock, you know, they’re going to the Super Bowl. Kevin’s projection for the final score? Eagles 86, Patriots… 6. Well, they’d better win, because Kevin’s going to be on his very own float with a live eagle for the victory parade… or so he says.
No, really, he can’t get enough of the eagle talk. See for yourself:
5. When Kevin gave us all the details on his Irresponsible Tour.
“This tour is a representation of the blood, sweat, and tears that I put into my craft and how I have elevated my game yet, once again.” It’s no wonder he’s one of the biggest comedians in the world. Check out the passion behind the tour in this clip from the show:
If you missed Kevin’s takeover, do yourself a favor, and give it a listen on iHeartRADIO. You won’t regret it. And be sure to check out Kevin’s Irresponsible Tour. Tickets are on sale now!
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