Bill Cosby wants his fans to know that the show will go on. For the first time since the resurgence of sexual assault and rape allegations against him this past fall, the beleaguered comedian, 77, is speaking out on camera, via a short video message to the public.
The clip, which aired exclusively on ABC's Good Morning America on Monday, March 9, features the Cosby Show alum talking on the phone about his ongoing comedy tour. As in his previous written statements, he makes no mention of the more than two dozen women who've accused him of sexual assault over t...
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