Bill Cosby Announces Possible Return to Touring in 2023



by FARUK IMAMOVIC

Bill Cosby Announces Possible Return to Touring in 2023

Controversial comedian Bill Cosby has announced that he may return to touring in 2023, after serving time in prison for s*xual assault charges. Cosby, known for his role as Cliff Huxtable in the 1980s television show "The Cosby Show," has faced numerous accusations of s*xual abuse from women in recent years.

Cosby, now 85, was convicted in Pennsylvania in 2018 and served nearly three years in prison before the ruling was overturned by the state Supreme Court. In an interview with Scott Spears on "WGH Talk" radio show, Cosby said, "When I come out of this, I feel that I will be able to perform and be the Bill Cosby that my audience knows me to be." Cosby's representative, Andrew Wyatt, confirmed to Variety that the comedian is planning a tour for the spring, and when asked if 2023 could be the year for the tour, Cosby replied, "Yes.

Yes, because there's so much fun to be had in this storytelling that I do. Years ago, maybe 10 years ago, I found it was better to say it after I write it." It remains to be seen whether Cosby's return to touring will be met with backlash or support from the public, as he has faced significant criticism and controversy for his actions in the past.

Regardless, it seems that Cosby is ready to get back on stage and perform for his audience once again.

Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby has had a long and successful career in entertainment, starting out as a stand-up comedian in the 1960s and later gaining fame for his roles in television and film.

He is perhaps best known for his portrayal of Dr. Cliff Huxtable in the hit show "The Cosby Show," which aired from 1984 to 1992 and made him a household name. However, in recent years, Cosby has been embroiled in controversy due to numerous accusations of s*al assault.

In April 2018, he was found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault and was sentenced to three to ten years in prison. His conviction was later overturned by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and he was released in 2021 after serving nearly three years.

Despite the controversy surrounding him, Cosby has indicated that he is ready to return to performing and touring, with a possible tour planned for the spring of 2023. It remains to be seen how the public will receive his return to the stage.

Bill Cosby