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Saturday Night Live once again clowned Donald Trump, this time for his reckless tweeting. So of course, the president-elect reacted, by tweeting about it.
Dave Chappelle’s turn as the host of Saturday Night Live worked out masterfully. The comedian addressed the nation’s state of affairs (read: Donald Trump) in a hilarious opening monologue and he appeared in some hilarious sketches, including one where he assembled his Chappelle’s Show characters so one could catch a baseball bat to the dome.
Solange will make her first ever appearance on Saturday Night Live on Nov. 5.
Bruno Mars was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live last night (Oct. 15) and performed a pair of tunes from his forthcoming new album, 24K Magic. Besides the title track, the singer performed a new song called “Chunky.”
It was revealed Monday (Aug. 8) evening that Saturday Night Live veterans Jay Pharoah and Taran Killam will not be returning to the ensemble cast this coming season. Although some industry chatter suggests that the pair might have been fired, there are reports saying they’re simply seeking new opportunities.
Drake pretty much took over Saturday Night Live last night (May 15). After an opening monologue that found the 6 God crooning about memes, he dove right in to a plethora of hilarious skits.
Besides having good comedic timing, Drake is a rapper. While hosting Saturday Night Live, beardless Drake also fit in musical guest duties, performing “Hype” and “One Dance”
Drake will be returning to host Saturday Night Live this weekend. From the looks of the promos featuring Leslie Jones, the re-up just may be as hilarious as his first go around.
There really isn’t anything funny about Donald Trump being the front runner to get the GOP nomination in the race for the White House. However, Saturday Night Live dropped a skit last night essentially called “Racists For Trump” that hilariously mocked his affinity for earning the votes of your friendly neighborhood white supremacists.
Future was the “sensational” musical guest on Saturday Night Live last night and held it down. The Atlanta rapper performed “Low Life” and “March Madness.”
Future is the musical guest on this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live and the obligatory promos have been created. In one clip, Future Hendrix makes reference to his ubiquitous “sensational” gif.
Remember when Kanye West allegedly had a meltdown behind the scenes at Saturday Night Live where he threatened to bail on the live performance? Not only did it actually happen, there is audio of the incident.