Chris Rock is reportedly joining the “Real Husbands of Hollywood” … following news that Robin Thicke is leaving the show to focus on his music.

“I just watched the show and it seemed like they were having so much fun and I was like I want to have fun,” Rock told Hip Hollywood. “I’m a fan of Kevin … it’s rare when you actually get to work with each other and have fun.”

This won’t be the first time Rock has worked with Kevin Hart, the creator of “Real Husbands of Hollywood,” as Rock recently shared the stage with Hart, Dave Chappelle, Bill Bellamy and Marlon Wayans, sparking tour rumors.

“That’s a mentor and a friend to me … to have him just accept an invitation is huge to me,” Hart said.

It was initially reported that Robin Thicke and Kevin Hart had a falling out, which is why he left the show. But Kevin has made it clear that there is no bad blood between him and the R&B crooner.

“Within this season, his schedule and what he was doing didn’t coincide with the show, so he opted to go and do his music,” Hart said about Thicke leaving the show. “Hopefully at some point in time, we can have Robin come back and do some stuff, but for this particular period he went to go and do better things for him.”