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Comedienne Jerry Seinfeld has ridiculed the royal family and its traditions on British television, insisting Prince William and Kate Middleton 'aren't special people'.
When talking about the dismissal of chef Missy Chase Lapine's lawsuit against him, the comedian admits he was disappointed because he looked forward to fight the system like Lenny Bruce did.
The filmaker, the comedian, the hip-hop mogul and Tiger Woods have been tipped as billionaires by 2015 in a new Forbes magazine survey, joined by Jerry Bruckheimer, Michael Jordan and Tyler Perry.
The funnyman is set to reveal the true identity of Ted L. Nancy on CNN in late September, putting to rest long-running rumors he's established a side career as the fiction writer.
Becoming commentator for the Mets on June 23 game, the 54-year-old funnyman has another word to say to the singer, saying 'She should make a nice apology to the Met fans.'
The actor has changed his 'optimistic view of Lady GaGa's gesture' as he says, 'She's a jerk. Giving the finger, what is she giving the finger?'
While the actor himself is not taking the issue hard, the organizers at NY Mets game apologized for giving the vacant celebrity spot to GaGa who flipped her middle finger.
The comedian is set to helm a new one-man comedy show which will run starting June 19.
Model Susan McNabb who dated Jerry Seinfeld for six years slams his new TV show, saying that his move for 'TV-show-producing expert on the subject of marriage' is 'ironic'.
The divorcee and the comedian will weigh down their opinion about a real-life couple's issue in Jerry Seinfeld's new NBC show.
Natasha Richardson, who tragically died in March 2009, is set to receive appreciation from The Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) for her philanthropy on the amfAR board of trustees.
Jerry Seinfeld says that he along with Alec Baldwin and Eva Longoria will sit in the judge panel for new show called 'The Marriage Ref', helping married couples to end rows and fights.