“I would like to call myself a perfectionist, so when I do something I want to be able to give it my all... I can't do that right now,” Hart continued. “It's not in God's plan right now. What God has for me is gonna happen. It's already pre-determined. I'm not worried, I'm not shaken, I'm not upset. I understand life and in life you have ups and downs. And within those ups and downs you learn, you educate and you grow and you move forward. So hopefully people can look at me and the situations I've been in in life and understand there's always growth.”
As for criticism over the timing and tone of his apology to the LGBTQ community, Hart commented, “I'm done with it. It gets no more energy from me. That's why I said for the last time I'm addressing this. There's no more conversation about it. I'm literally over that, I'm over the moment. And I'm about today. If it's accepted, great. If it's not, it's nothing I can control."
While he didn't want to elaborate on how he has evolved over the years, Hart said, “I'm not saying how I changed anymore. I'm not saying what I've done and what the new me is. I'm not giving no more explanation of who I am. I've done it. I've done it several times. I've tweeted it. I've talked about it when I went on 'Ellen.' I said it on my radio show. I'm just done. So you have to come to a point where you know that you've given all that you possibly can. And if that's received, then great — then that means we've achieved something. If it's not, there's nothing I can do. So, I do this now [shrugs]."
Hart was also on "GMA" to promote his new film “The Upside.”