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Entertainment Jerry Seinfeld sets the record straight by saying that his infamous interview with Larry King was just him 'having fun'

18:30  24 january  2021
18:30  24 january  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Jerry and Larry were in Howard Stern's green room talking about this interview , also the Howard interview with Jerry is amazing and he gets prickly with He was genuinely surprised but Larry King was simply trying to elicit a discussion about Jerry 's decision to discontinue Seinfeld using questions.

Hi, I’m Jerry Seinfeld , I’m very excited to be here to answer your questions. I am a comedian, and have been for about 40 years, but I also created the show SEINFELD with my friend Larry David, and now I have a web series called Comedians in This has been so much fun to meet so many reddits.

Jerry Seinfeld, Larry King are posing for a picture: Larry King tweeted about his infamous interview with the late Larry King. Getty Images © Getty Images Larry King tweeted about his infamous interview with the late Larry King. Getty Images
  • After the news of Larry King's death, his most memorable interview began to recirculate online.
  • One notable interview featured Jerry Seinfeld losing it at the suggestion that his show had been canceled.
  • Seinfeld, in a tweet, clarified that his apparent anger was just him "having fun."
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Following Larry King's death on Saturday morning, clips of the broadcasting legend interviewing memorable guests began to recirculate on social media.

One of these iconic interviews featured comedian Jerry Seinfeld appearing to erupt with anger at King.

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I remember on Larry king after Brando's death a friend of his said Brando would joke about watching John Wayne movies backwards so that the Indians would always win. Klein sought to draw contrast between Jerry and Seinfeld co-creator Larry David, whose Curb Your Enthusiasm generates laughs

Despite his stage name, Larry King did not consider himself a kingmaker. However, his non-combative interview style helped many celebrities recalibrate their careers. When Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger decided to run as governor of California in 2003, an interview with King helped him

On Saturday night, Seinfeld shared a tweet in a bid to set the record straight about the infamous interaction.

He wrote: "Always loved Larry King and will miss him. The 'canceled' bit was just me having fun with his little mistake. Nothing more. Or less."

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The 2007 interview became one of King's most memorable after Seinfeld appeared bothered by the suggestion that his show had been canceled.

Seinfeld said: "You think I got canceled? Are you under the impression I got canceled? I thought this was pretty well documented."

King responded: "Have I hurt you, Jerry?"

Seinfeld then replied: "I was the number one show on television, Larry. Do you know who I am? 75 million views on the last episode."

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5. She is his business partner. 8 C He is her boss. 12 You will hear part of a radio interview with a woman called Mary Graham, who talks about the problems of the homeless in London. B he is ashamed of what he has done. Che thinks he’s old enough to fight his own battles.

I said , - Yeah, I have a cellphone. He said , - Oh, can I use it? Can I make a phone call on it? Gareth: But as soon as she came, he just dropped everything and walked in the other direction. There was a police station very close to the apartment, and they were just sipping coffee, and not really like

Before the interview went to a commercial break, the comedian added: "There's a big difference between being canceled and number one. Can we get a resume in here for me so Larry can have a do-over?"

Seinfeld's tweet was one of the many celebrity tributes made to King last night.

Oprah Winfrey, Piers Morgan, and Former President Bill Clinton also shared their memories of the late talk show host.

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"He was beyond kind to all those he interacted with," says Larry King Jr. of his late father Larry King"What we can all take away from our father's last time with us was his love of life," King Jr., 59, tells PEOPLE of his father — who died at age 87 on Jan. 23, weeks after he was admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 — for one of this week's cover stories. "He had an indomitable spirit. Although he lost the battle he beat so many times over the years, we continued to be inspired by his strength.

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