Tracy Morgan Announces Show at the Fillmore Miami Beach

Say you were to compile a list of celebrities who notoriously don't give a damn, Tracy Morgan would probably appear damn near the top. And that's why we love him.

Morgan's eccentric personality and outrageous antics are wildly entertaining. The dude's filter is nonexistent and we're convinced that his 30 Rock character is a toned-down version of himself. This Brooklyn-born comedian is one of of the funniest mo'fos around and on November 26, he'll be the funniest dude in Miami.

Morgan is appearing at The Fillmore Miami Beach next month, an event benefiting the Anthony Fasano Foundation. To get you in the Tracy Morgan mood, we've compiled some of our favorite Morgan Moments from TV. Check 'em out after the jump.

5. Rachel Ray's Blue Balls

When Morgan showed up on the Rachel Ray Show a few years ago, he brought a case of blue balls with him. He even let Ray hold them for a little while.

4. Palin Fantasy

Charles Barkley and the test of the TNT basketball crew made the mistake of asking Tracy Morgan a question of sexual preference: Tina Fey or Sarah Palin? Morgan took it to the next level by admitting Palin's good fantasy material.

3. Everything's Fatter in Texas

Morgan decided that taking his shirt off during a family-friendly morning interview on a Texas ABC affiliate would fly over well. He was right.

2. "Oprah, come out and see me"

You know what they say, when in Chicago, invite Oprah to a comedy show. WGN 9 News lost control of this interview quick.

1. Seven Minutes in Heaven

Who wouldn't want to be stuck in a closet with Tracy?

Tracy Morgan at The Fillmore Miami Beach (1700 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach) on Saturday, November 26 at 8 p.m. Tickets cost between $58.50 and $153.50. Visit fillmoremb.com.

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