Celebs React To Donald Trump's Inauguration -- See Who's Optimistic & Who Thinks It's Depressing AF!
Donald Trump is officially the 45th President of the United States.
This is much more powerful than we ever could have imagined.
Tracy stopped by SuperSoul Sunday on OWN over the weekend to talk about his eight-day coma, and ended up revealing he actually saw his father in heaven while he was unconscious!
Not only would that be enough to affect anyone, but he even said that his dad was his best friend, so seeing him 17 years after his death was a lot to deal with.
We simply have no words, but we're happy to see Tracy recuperating so strongly.
Ch-ch-check out Tracy's emotional interview with Oprah (above)!!!
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Want a play-by-play on the birth of Seth Meyers' baby? Yes?
Well that's good, because the late night host dedicated a nice portion of his Tuesday show to telling his audience about what EXACTLY went down when his son with wife Alexi came two weeks early! Awww!
The Saturday Night Live alum dished about how he and his pregnant wife jumped into the car of a shocked Uber driver (who thankfully kept his cool), and that Mrs. Meyers then proceeded to scream out the window while going through contractions.
Tracy Morgan has been through A LOT.
While we're so happy to see Tracy hitting up Saturday Night Live and embarking on a new comedy tour after his devastating car crash, it saddens us to know that he was once in so much emotional pain. In fact, the incident became so harrowing for the comedian admitted to Rolling Stone Magazine that he once considered suicide.
Morgan's struggle was extremely tough due to his mass of physical injuries and fear that he would lose his "funny".
The actor confided:
"I said, 'If my funny ever went away, I'd die.' And I thought I was going to die for a long time. My thoughts – I was in a very dark place. I was sitting right here, contemplating suicide. I couldn't walk."
Wow. How heartbreaking.
Luckily for Tracy, he had the support of his wife Megan Wollover, children, and fans during this trying time. We don't even want to think about where Trace would be today if it weren't for his loving family!
Today, the comedian is looking towards the future and knows there's plenty he still needs to do here on earth:
"I still have shit here to do. It's gonna take more than 18 wheels for me to get out of here. I have to raise my girl, raise my wife, raise my family. Gotta keep my octopus alive. Gotta keep my sharks alive. Those are God's creatures! I'm needed!"
Ha! We love how Tracy's sense of humor was not affected one bit in the crash!
Congrats on your amazing recovery, Tracy!
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But when shooting those segments, not everything goes perfectly as Kimmel shared a few of the bloopers from his late night sketches that include Mike Tyson dancing, Tracy Morgan's wackiness, and a little superhero silliness!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing blooper reel (below) and let us know what your favorite sketch was!
He sure knows how to put on a show!
While many A-listers are attending parties, Jimmy Kimmel takes it upon himself every year to put on the best ABC after-show possible, and this year was no exception!
First, Jimmy teamed up with Tracy Morgan and J.K. Simmons to make Clubber, a much less inspiring sequel to Creed…
Then, he really knocked it out of the park with Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, and Cloris Leachman in Trumped, a parody about the Donald Trump campaign that perfectly follows the plot of The Producers.
Ch-ch-check out Clubber and Trumped (below)!!!
If you don't know, this is the CUTEST late night game as each contestant wins puppies for every correct answer to a trivia question!
Aside from ADORABLE pups though, Tracy chatted it up with the late night host and HIGHlariously dished on how things have changed since he was in a coma — including David Letterman leaving and Donald Trump leading in the polls. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the BEYOND cute game as well as Morgan rant about changes (below)!
So much for that plan.
The grand jury formally charged the driver with first-degree aggravated manslaughter, second-degree vehicular homicide, and third-degree aggravated assault.
The attorney claimed this would prevent Roper's trial from being a fair and impartial one.