Loni Love is a woman of her word. When we caught up with her before her Saturday gig at MotorCity Casino’s Soundboard, she beamed with confidence about her upcoming show. “I am a seasoned performer,” she said. “I have great openers. We provide comedy for everybody no matter what your race or gender. We just want people to come out and have a really good time. That’s what we’ve been doing for the past five years and that’s what we’re going to do in Detroit.”
And in fact, Love delivered a stellar comedic performance to a sold-out crowd on Saturday. With many artists’ performances there can usually be at least a brief moment of decreased amusement — but not this night, not this show, not in Love’s hometown and especially not with “laughter” at stake.
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Loni Love is a very funny lady. The seasoned stand-up has been making audiences laugh since her 2004 appearance on “Star Search.” Miss Love has appeared in dozens of films, including “Soul Plane” and “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.” These days Miss Love can be seen five days a week on the talk show “The Real.” The chat show has proven to be a perfect showcase for Miss Love’s quick wit and inability to hold back her often hilarious opinions.
Miss Love will be at Magooby’s Joke House in Timonium, Maryland, Feb. 11, 12 and 13. Miss Love checked in ahead of those shows to talk about her worst comedy gig ever, why she still does stand-up and her upcoming film, “Mother’s Day.”
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Comedienne Loni Love has been giving audiences the real laughs, commentary and sisterhood as a co-host on the hit talk show The Real.
With the show in its second season, one thing Love has successfully been able to do is connect with women across the country. Of those women include mothers, and just in time for Mother’s Day, Loni’s latest film project is a dedication to them.
Mother’s Day is the latest comedy by director Gary Marshall that tells the tale of a group of moms, each with individual stories that women of all backgrounds can relate to. Featuring an ensemble cast that includes Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson, Shay Mitchell and Loni herself, the stories of these women intertwine to create a comedic and touching tale of modern motherhood.
We caught up with Loni to learn more about her character and the importance of motherhood and laughter.
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