#TrendingTopics - Eddie Returning To Stand Up - Yung Joc Wants A TV Wedding

EDDIE MURPHY: Plotting Possible Return to Stand-Up

So Eddie Murphy hasn't done stand-up in about 30 years, but it looks like the comedy legend might be about to get back on the stage.

Fans have been asking for a new comedy special, and word is, Murphy has been talking with Netflix on a big deal. According to TMZ, Murphy and the streaming service are talking about a series of comedy specials which could reel in around $70 million.

TAY-K: Guilty on Murder and Robbery Charges

Well Tay-K has been found guilty on murder and robbery charges -- but not capital murder.

While he avoids a mandatory 40-year sentence, he still faces between five and 99 years. The sentencing phase of the trial is set to begin immediately.

The 19-year-old rapper is convicted of participating in a home invasion and robbery in July 2016. During the robbery, a 21-year-old man was fatally shot and killed.

YUNG JOC: Wants TV Wedding to Prove Point

Yung Joc says he’s willing to get married on TV for free -- to prove he’s a changed man.

Joc popped the question to criminal defense lawyer Kendra Robinson on this week's Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta. No wedding date has been set, but Joc has big ideas. Despite his past struggles with monogamy, Joc thinks he can become a model husband. He says he doesn’t need a paycheck to get married on TV because it’d be worth it just to set a good example for other men out there that just because they were once a cheater doesn’t mean they can’t be faithful.

Joc was married for 13 years before getting divorced in 2014. 

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