Ballet with Ken Jeong | Kevin Hart: What The Fit Episode 10 | Laugh Out Loud Network

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-Do not do this at home, people, okay? I’m making a phone call. Hey, Ken. -Ken: Hey, Kevin. What’s up, dawg?
-Kevin: Yo, ay, whe–where you at again? -Ken: I’m just chilling out
by the corner where– it’s just where the billboard is by the 24 hour fitness
because I know that place because I never go there.
-Yeah, I know exactly where you are.
I’ll park, I’ll walk and come and grab you. -Ken: That would be great, dawg. Just holler at your son because you’re my father. -Singer: ♪ Shake it,
shake it, shake it ♪ -Ken: ♪ Dance class
with Kevin Hart ♪ ♪ Dance class with Kevin Hart ♪ ♪ Dance class with Kevin Hart ♪ ♪ With Kevin Hart ♪ Make sure you have wrists, you know? It’s like you have flares.
-Ken. -Ken: You’re like an air traffic
controller on a runway. Whoa, Delta. Whoa, where do you think
you’re going? Emergency landing, whoa.
-Hey, hey, Ken. -Hey, dawg. -Hey.
-Ken: How are you doing, man? -Hey.
-Oh, my God, come on in. We got dance class. This is Tone.
This is Loc. these are my backup dancers.
They’re wild things. We got a dance class,
we’re getting ready. I have–I have our crew.
-Ken, this isn’t– this isn’t the dancing
that I’m talking about, Ken. -No?
-Kevin: No. -No?
-Kevin: Let’s go. This isn’t what we’re doing.
-No, no, no, before you go, I–look, I just want to show
all the moves I got. I’ve been practicing
ever since you called. -Kevin: Ken, Ken, I–
-No, this is– this is everything for me, man.
-Kevin: Okay. -This is all I got, man.
-Everybody, listen to me. -This is all I got, Kevin. -Thank you all–
-No. Guys, guys– —for staying out here.
—look, dancing– -Listen…
—with Kevin Hart… -Thank–look what you’re
doing to your sneakers. -It’s–they’re clean.
-Okay. Get your ass in the car, Ken.
Let’s go. Thank you guys so much. Thank you, guys, everybody. We’re doing something
different today. -Different than, like,
dancing with Kevin Hart? -No, we’re doing ballet.
-Ballet? -Don’t be loud like that
in front of these people. Yes, it’s ballet. -Ballet?
-Ballet. -Okay. No offense but I hate ballet.
-Kevin: God, Ken. -( upbeat music ) -Ken: I don’t really
wanna do ballet but I’ll do it for you because– -I don’t wanna do it either.
—I–you know, I just– -I want you to know that
I don’t wanna do it either. -Then why are you…
-Kevin: I don’t want you think, like, I’m here Gung-Ho,
like– -Then why–
—oh, my God, I can’t wait to do ballet because I’m not. -Ken: Well, then
why are you doing it? -Kevin:
Because it’s a challenge. It’s a different type
of workout. -Why do you wanna
be challenged? -Because I wanna be great. -My philosophy in life, do as little as you can
to get by. -Ken, that’s–that might be
in the top two stupidest things I’ve ever heard in my life.
-What I would love to do if I’m doing a favor for you,
maybe you do a favor for us and maybe just rap a little bit.
-This is our exchange? -This is our exchange,
our exchange. That’d be amazing–
-Kevin: You know what– —if you don’t mind.
—You get one rap. -One rap, that’d be great. Can
you, can you just drop a beat? -Yes.
-Just drop a beat because I’m
not really good– at any of this stuff. I’m more
of a Reba McEntire fan, so just–yeah, yeah,
let’s do it. -You get one, Ken.
-Okay, okay, great. -Okay, here we go.
-( vocalizing ) -♪ What the fit ♪ ♪ I’m hit ♪ ♪ Ken, you better
get ready ♪ ♪ To challenge
yourself today ♪ ♪ Matter of fact,
I’mma change it up ♪ ♪ I’m gonna do ballet ♪ ♪ And I’m gonna like it ♪ ♪ I got your dancers
in the back and I like it ♪ -♪ Hey ♪
-Kevin: ♪ Sequins vest on ♪ ♪ You got the gold pants,
hammer on ♪ ♪ And your headband
look like a thong ♪ ♪ And we ready
to get it on ♪ ♪ And that’s it ♪
-♪ Hey ♪ -Woo-hoo. -( cheers and applause ) -Nice. – That’s it. That’s it. -All right,
that was a good rehearsal. Let’s do the real one.
-No, no, no, that’s all I got. -Oh, that’s it? -Yeah, that’s it.
-Oh, okay. That was good,
that was good, too. -That’s all I have, man.
-That’s was good, too. Can I just add the hook? Can I be the girl
that does the hook? ♪ What the fit? ♪ ♪ What the fit ♪ ♪ Is the shizzle ♪ See what I did there? I didn’t say shit,
I said shizzle. So I wouldn’t–
just in case you guy use– wanna use a clean version,
I didn’t say shit at all. -( chuckles )
-Shit. -( slow music ) -Did you say something? -No. -Laura: Seven, eight, and a one and a two and a waltz
and a waltz and a pique. -Laura: Tour jete. Pique.
-Kevin: Oh, wow. -Laura: And arabesque. -This is absolutely horrible. -Five, six. Pas de bourree.
-Ken: I mean, look at that. It’s just a lot of tippy toe but there’s no shimmies. -( ballet music ) -This is
a cultural disaster. -Would you like to join us?
-Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, we…
-Laura: Well… -Don’t be shy.
-Ken: Okay. -Come up.
-Ken: Okay. -Kevin: Come on, Ken.
-Ken: Okay. -Ken, you could’ve just came
around this way, Ken. -Laura: Oh.
-Ken, you could’ve just used the steps.
-Ken: Okay. -Kevin: What’s your name?
-Hi, my name’s Laura. -Hey, I’m Kevin.
How are you? -I’m well. How are you?
-Hi, Ken. Hangover one, two, and three.
-Laura: Hi. -Hello.
-Ken: All right, thank you, you’re welcome.
-Laura: So the first thing we’re gonna do
is a split. -Oh.
-We’re just jumping out the gate with that?
-Laura: Yes. Just slide right down into a split.
-Kevin: Yeah, I don’t think– I don’t even think
I’m gonna get far, sweetie. -Is the half hour up yet? -It’s been two minutes. -Kevin: How long
we got to hold this? -Laura: All right,
let’s go to the bar. -Kevin: Y’all drinking?
-Woman: ( giggles ) -And let’s just put
one leg up on the bar. -Ken: You got it, Kevin.
You can– oh, that’s really good. -( laughter ) -Ken: That’s really good, Kevin.
-Kevin: Hmm? -Very natural.
-Shit hurt like hell. -I’m definitely ripping
something up in here. One of my balls
just dropped. No. -( upbeat music ) -How you doing
over there, Ken? -I’m doing dope, son. -Kevin: I got to take
your word for it because I can’t turn my neck.
-It’s pretty cool, man. -Laura: Perfect.
All right, hold on to the bar. -Uh-hmm. -And you grab your heel
in your hand and lift our leg.
-Oh, you’re talking about the heel
touchy split. -Yes. Grab it. Lift it. -All right. -You just a lot taller
so that’s why you do a– you get a different
type of bump at the top of your… -Laura: Ken, would you like
to show us? -Uh, no, I wouldn’t
but, um, okay. -Ken, we’re not here
to say no, man. -Grab it.
-Yeah. -Yes? And lift it, yes? -Yes. -There you go, yeah. All right, okay. -Very good. -Good job, hammer.
-Ken: Thanks. Thanks, man. -All right. So,
I’m gonna show a combination and then we’ll all
do it together. Demi plie.
-Demi Moore plie. -Grand plie.
-Ken: Grande cappuccino plie. -Lengthening our body
as long and tall as possible. -That’s–now,
you’re being a smartass. -Two demi plies. -Ken can do that though. How you put your feet
like that? -Ken: Well, I have no bones. -Laura:
Next combination, tendus. And one and two
and three. -Oh, I was doing this
on the street. -Ken, that’s not the same.
That’s not the same. That’s not what
we’re doing, Ken. -Copy that. -Put our arm
to the side, three tendus front. One, two, three. A little faster now. One, two, three.
-Ken: One. -Laura: Side one, two, three. Back. And faster,
one, two, three. Side, one, two, three. Side, two, three. Faster, one, two, three. Side, two, three. Back, two, three. Now, plie releve. -Relevant.
-Laura: Hold the balance, hold. Hold. And nice finish. -We did it.
-I’m not trying to be smart but, uh, your class is having
a hard time keeping up. -Ken: Hah. Ballet. Yeah, that’s what we’re doing. -Laura: Now,
how do you think dancers do turns without getting dizzy? That’s right. We look at one point
in the room. We turn and then we keep
looking at the point. -It’s like– it’s like
that spot’s a camera and I love cameras
because I am a whore and I just look
at the camera. -Laura: And again. And again. -Kevin: Yeah, man.
-Laura: Good, Ken. -I’m (bleep) up. -Laura: Would Madeleine
like to show us a passe position? -Go, Madeleine. Get it, Madeleine. -Ken: Madeleine, get it,
get it, get it. -That’s what ballet’s missing.
-Yeah. -You guys
don’t have that. -You need…
-(bleep) it up, Madeleine. -(bleep) it up,
Madeleine. -Kevin:
Get it, Madeleine. -( laughter ) -Ballet is missing that. Hit them with your passe, Ken.
-Yeah, dawg. -Kevin: Passe on those bitches.
-West side. -Kevin: Yeah, Ken.
-West side, west side. ( barks ) can we bark
in ballet? -No, Ken, you can’t. -( barks ) West side.
-Laura: No. We are gonna run, run, run, and split in the air. -Hypothetically.
-No, we’re gonna do it. -Kevin: Is there a b option?
-No. -Is there
a green screen or CGI? -No. And run, run, run, and grand jete. -( slow music ) -Ready? And… and run, run, run,
run, run, run. And split. Good.
-Perfect. The lines were,
like, incredible. -Once you get the form,
Ken, it’s great. -Copy that.
-Ready? Run, run, run, and grand jete. Very nice.
-Ken: Is that it? -( scattered applause ) -If they could
freeze frame? -( slow music ) -Is there any way you guys could just tell us
who did the best? Like, if we just broke off
and, like, Ken did his variation of what he learned today–
-Laura: Uh-hmm. —and I did mine
and then you guys tell us who walked out as, like,
the better student. -Would you like
to learn a pas de deux and I can judge?
-What? A pas de what?
-Laura: Pas de deux. It means “a dance for two”
in French. -Oh, that makes sense.
-Oh, yeah, of course. -Pas de deux. -I didn’t know that
we were talking French. If that’s the case,
come on ( speaks French ) -( laughter ) -Yeah.
—pas de–pas de deux. -Choose a lady you would
like to partner with. -You got to pick
somebody for me. -All right,
how about Jasmine? -Come on, Jasmine. -And Ken,
how about Madeleine? -Madeleine: Oh.
-Laura: So take a moment with your partner. Add your own flair. and then I will
be the judge. -Kevin: Uh, did you get the, the latte that I got
for you, judge? -I just wanna–
I just wanna say you look great. You’re awesome.
I’m a big fan. -Kevin: Whoa. -Just keep that in mind
when you vote. -What happened
to that $200 I had? Maybe it’s in your shoe. For me to get the split because I feel like
that should be our finale, am I getting airborne or do I just slide into it? -Well, how fast can
a pig run in the mud? It’s not that tough. You can’t be up here
when I go for it. You got to be in the back because they don’t wanna
see you at this moment. -Gas. I’m lactose intolerant. -Just try not to get
into my eye line. I’m an actor and I like to be center stage. Again, I would love for you
to be away to the side but we have to have a partner,
we have to have a partner. I mean, it’s starting to get
a little–a little rough, I won’t lie to you.
Bossy. Okay, I don’t need notes
from you. I’ve done three
Hangover movies. I kind of know
what I’m doing. It’s gotten better. You hate me
and I hate you, so we have a lot
in common. -My crippling anxiety and my lack of skills but hopefully Madeleine
can pick up the slack. If there’s a moment
where I could… it would be amazing. -( upbeat music ) -Kevin, are you ready? -( The Nutcracker Suite music ) -Laura: Very nice. -Laura: Beautiful. -( ballet music ) – Laura: Nice. -( grunts )
(music slows) -Laura: Good. -Laura: Oh. -( upbeat music ) -( laughter ) (boing) -( floor squeaking ) -( mixed applause ) -( upbeat music ) -( ballet music ) -Hello, my lady.
Nice to see you today. ( scatting ) What? -Laura: Very nice. -Laura: Very good. -Laura: Good. -( grunt )
Goddamn. -Laura: Yes. -( ballet music ) -( scatting ) Ballet. Ballet. Ballet! -That’s not. -Ballet. Ballet. Ballet.
-Kevin: That’s not even– –That’s not even ballet.
Ballet. Ballet. -Kevin: No, that’s not–hey. -Ballet! -Okay. -Come on ( indistinct ) ballet. -That’s not even– guys, that’s– dude, you (bleep) the floor. -Like, that’s not even… -You messed up a little bit
but it was great, it was great. I think we won. -While I appreciated
Ken’s enthusiasm– -Yeah, I won. —I would say Kevin
is the winner of ballet.
-Oh, okay. Um, no, that’s great.
That’s… -( applause ) -If you put your mind to it, if you put your mind to it,
you can do it. That’s all this is, man. If you believe it. Oh, my God. -Yeah, congratulations, Kevin. -Hey, you did great, baby. -It’s okay.
-Ken: All right. -Keep practicing.
-Okay. I’ll keep practicing. Ballet is amazing. -Laura: Yes.
-It isn’t sewer garbage. -No.
-I’m sorry I said that. -You’ll need to ice tonight.
-Yeah. -Yeah, I am.
I’m going to ice tonight. I’m going to ice
my balls. Hi, I’m Kevin Hart. If you like what you saw
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100 thoughts on “Ballet with Ken Jeong | Kevin Hart: What The Fit Episode 10 | Laugh Out Loud Network

  1. Kevin WAS NOT the winner. That Asian was up there saying "Shamone; Shamone; Shamone" Kev, You just can't beat that.

  2. person: “what’s gonna stop you from winning today?”
    ken: “my crippling anxiety and lack of skills.”


  3. this is fucking gold. omg i broke my damn nintendo switch and this gave me the same feeling i get when thanksgiving food ready

  4. Kevin you need to change your face expression in your shows – looks like you dislike some of the things your hosts do and looks kinda uncomfortable. Most uncomfortable one was with Conan where I do understand you were annoyed at him running the show but it was not fun to watch

  5. Can you imagine working your whole life to be in a professional company, then having to dance with one of these two 😂

  6. When Kevin and Ken started yelling “HET IT MADELINE…! GET IT MAADDDEEEEEELIIIINNE!!!!”
    I SCREAMED hahah ya know, cause it’s my name. No? Okay.

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