Coffee Talk: 'Empire' Scores Highest-Rated Season One Finale in Last Decade

Plus: Chris Tucker is getting a Netflix comedy special, Mo'Ne Davis requests college baseball player get reinstated, Redfoo gets eliminated from 'Dancing With The Stars' and more!

Jolie A. Doggett Mar, 24, 2015

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Empire is still breaking records. The season one finale raked in 21.1 million viewers making it the highest-rated season one finale in the last 10 years of television history. The last program to gain such a high first season finale viewership was Grey's Anatomy in 2005. [Deadline]

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Chris Tucker is making a comeback with his first ever stand up comedy special. Chris Tucker Live will premiere exclusively on Netflix Friday, July 10. "Mark your calendar," tweeted Tucker. [Deadline]

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Dancing With The Stars held it's first elimination of the season last night and sadly, LMFAO frontman Redfoo was sent packing. Kind of surprising since his group invented The Party Rock Shuffle, the dance craze of the 2010's.

"I'm just happy that I got the chance to dance and I did my best," he said before enjoying a last dance with his partner. [Access Hollywood]

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Over the weekend, a baseball player from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania was kicked off of the team after he sent a derogatory tweet about Little League pitcher Mo'Ne Davis.

“Disney is making a movie about Mo’ne Davis? WHAT A JOKE. That s**t got rocked by Nevada,” Joey Casselberry tweeted. After hearing this news, Davis and her coach contacted the university president and asked that Casselberry be reinstated but the school official refused. At least you tried, Mo'Ne. [The Root]

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There's no job on the planet more difficult that being the leader of the free world. President Barack Obama has his own methods of managing the stress of leading a country.

"I think the most important—I'm very consistent about spending time with family," he said. "And when you have dinner with your daughters—particularly teenage daughters—they'll keep you in your place and they'll teach you something about perspective." [Huffington Post]