The original "King of Comedy" Steve Harvey will soon give his final performance as a stand-up comedian in a career that has lasted nearly 3 decades!  In what will truly be a night to remember, Steve Harvey is guaranteed to leave people both talking and laughing for years to come. If you happen to be in the area, you don't want to miss his final performance at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.  The show is going to get underway at about 8pm and tickets are between $57.05 & $77.05.  It's hard to believe it but, Steve Harvey's  final standup will be on Thursday night on pay-per-view.  However it's not all sad, Steve is exactly going away.  As a matter of fact he's preparing to add a daytime talk show to his media empire.

Here's Steve talking about Sister Odell:

Non the less, tomorrow is going to be bitter sweet as Steve celebrates the end of more than 27 years in stand-up comedy.  If your not going to be one of the lucky fans in the crowd, you still have a chance to experience the entire show,  via a live Pay-Per-View telecast available around the country!  Talk about doing it big.  The historic two hour special farewell "Steve Harvey’s Grand Stand-Up Finale" will air live from Vegas on cable Pay-Per-View at 10PM CDT/11 PM EDT/8 PM PDT.

Here Steve talks about the Titanic.  Parents be advised this video contains explicit lyrics.

The best part is, after the live show, fans will still be able to access the special via Pay Per View and Video On Demand for several months beginning on August 3.  Plus, cable’s Free On Demand category is also featuring short video pieces and rare clips from his stand-up career and much more.

This morning as I listened to the Steve Harvey Morning Show, Steve said, “The road to this final show has been an amazing journey doing stand-up for the past 27 years, and I can’t thank fans enough after reflecting on all those years on stage, and the unforgettable moments and jokes we’ve shared. It’s been a wild ride over these years on stage, radio, TV and more, and taking the stage for my final show, I'm gonna tare their mouth out tomorrow night.  At the end I don't know what I'm going to say, I don't even know if I'm going to be able to talk cause I don't know what I'm going to be feeling.  I want y'all to share this with though.  I will have a special blowout performance in store for everyone in Las Vegas and watching at home that will be bigger than any show I’ve done so far.”

 Saving the best for last, Steve Harvey introduces Jesus:


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