The current queen of comedy Melissa McCarthy is set to host “Saturday Night Live” on April 6. This is the second time the “Bridesmaids” and “Mike & Molly” star has hosted the show in two years. [xfinity-record-button id=”8885992813767211112″ program_type=”series”] McCarthy earned rave reviews for her first hosting stint in October 2011, for hilarious sketches like […]
Like most people who get the chance to host “Saturday Night Live,” Kevin Hart is excited to have the gig. Unlike most hosts, Hart is proving to be complicated.
Kevin Hart may only be 5’2″, but with a little help from a large trench coat and Bobby Moynihan, he can stand a whole lot taller.
Justin Bieber is nervous about pulling double duty as host and musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. But it’s cool, y’all. The Biebs just has to “memorize the lines,” as he told Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night’s “Late Night,” and he’ll be fine.
After performing on “Saturday Night Live” earlier this season with Maroon 5, Adam Levine is getting a solo shot at hosting this weekend with musical guest Kendrick Lamar.
After Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg left “Saturday Night Live” last year, Fred Armisen also considered bidding the show adieu. “It’s something we all think about,” he says. “It’s the group you came in with.” But he’s not making any moves right now. Why? For starters, Armisen claims to lack the ability to plan ahead. […]
They (as in that mysterious cabal of prescient creatures that know whether egg yolks are good for your heart, and who really killed Kennedy) say that the world is going to end soon because the Mayans, prescient as they were, couldn’t think far enough ahead to carve calendar dates beyond 2012. Thanks a lot, guys. […]
Just as we suspected, that mischievous Elf on the Shelf watching your kids (and you!) for Christmas is just dying to rat you out to Santa.
NEW YORK (AP) — “Saturday Night Live” is welcoming two prominent up-and-comers to this week’s show. Guest hosting the special Christmas edition will be a brilliant Canadian-born comic, Martin Short. The musical guest? Breakout singer-songwriter Paul McCartney. “I think he’s from Europe,” Short ventured, tongue-in-cheek, at the mention of McCartney’s name. “People say he’s got […]
Martin Short is taking his return to “Saturday Night Live” this weekend seriously. So seriously, in fact, that he’s already making some major diva demands.