Ricky Gervais keeps it cool and casual while making his way inside the BBC Radio 2 Studios to promote on the Dermot O’Leary Show on Thursday (August 10) in London, England.
The evening before, the 55-year-old comedian and his wife Jane Fallon attended the world premiere of his latest film David Brent: Life On The Road held at Odeon Leicester Square, where he performed four tracks in character with his fictional band Foregone Conclusion and also revealed if he’ll be retiring the character anytime soon.
“I don’t know. Never say never, but I’ll have to kill him off soon,” Rickyexpressed.
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The Golden Globe-winning actress was joined by her co-stars Ricky Gervais, 54, and Eric Bana, 47, at the premiere.
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Ricky Gervais has offered Chris Rock some advice amid calls for him to step down as host of the 2016 Oscars after the #OscarsSoWhite has resurfaced for the second year in a row.
“If I were @chrisrock, I wouldn’t be considering boycotting The Oscars. I’d be thinking ‘this sh*t is live. I can do some serious damage.’ Ricky, who has hosted the Golden Globes for many years, offered up on his Twitter account.
Chris has so far not truly responded to all of the controversy. He did tweet, “The #Oscars. The White BET Awards.”
The 2016 Academy Awards are set to air on February 28.
If I were @chrisrock, I wouldn't be considering boycotting The Oscars. I'd be thinking "this shit is live. I can do some serious damage."
“I’m going to be nice tonight. I’ve changed – not as much as Bruce Jenner. Obviously. Now Caitlyn Jenner, of course,” Ricky said in his joke on Sunday evening. “What a year she’s had! She became a role model for trans people everywhere, showing great bravery in breaking down barriers and destroying stereotypes. She didn’t do a lot for women drivers. But you can’t have everything, can ya? Not at the same time.”
When Ricky realized his joke sparked a lot of outrage, he tweeted, “Suggesting a joke about Caitlin Jenner is automatically transphobic is like suggesting a joke about Bill Cosby is automatically racist.”
Suggesting a joke about Caitlin Jenner is automatically transphobic is like suggesting a joke about Bill Cosby is automatically racist.