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Diddy, O'Day was fired from the group in 2008, but reunited with them in 2013 before a second disbandment.
O'Day has modeled for magazines such as Blender and Playboy, and performed on Broadway in Hairspray.
Co-created by Bruce George, Danny Simmons, Deborah Pointer, Stan Lathan, and Russell Simmons, the show is a spin-off of the popular Def Comedy Jam which began airing on HBO in the 90's.
As with Def Comedy, Simmons appears at the end of every episode to thank the audience. Though technically not a poetry slam, Def Poetry has become heavily associated with the poetry slam movement, and utilizes many of poetry slam's best known poets, including National Poetry Slam champions such as Beau Sia, Taylor Mali, Big Poppa E, Mayda del Valle, Mike Mcgee, Alix Olson and Rives, among others.
The series features performances by established and up-and-coming spoken word poets.
Performances also include special appearances by well-known actors and musicians, as well as occasional performances by Mos Def himself.
In May 2005 Elton popped the question at a dinner party in one of their homes in Old Windsor.
In a 2005 interview, Hall was quoted as saying: It's true that I was on Def Poetry even though I've never slammed.
I'm probably the only person to be on there who hasn't slammed.
What they really mean is, a rhythm of poetry that comes out of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, that came out of the slams. My hat is off to Russell Simmons, who has found a way to get poems on HBO in a way that feeds his own business.
It gives him the back credentials for his hip-hop label, and at the same time he's magnanimous towards the art of poetry, giving us a place like that.
And I think most people on Def Poetry have won slams or done well in slams.