Bruno Mars is pulling double duty this weekend as the host and musical guest of 'Saturday Night Live' on Oct. 20. That's a lot of pressure laid on the doorstep of one pop singer, as this hilarious string of promos suggests! But in this clip, Mars and cast member Fred Armisen team up for some jokes, to argue over semantics and to create a song about Mars' high-profile gig.
Alright, so 'Saturday Night Live' had a bit of a misfire this past weekend, as the majority of Daniel Craig's sketches fell flat. They don't train super-spies to be funny, after all. But while the NBC sketch comedy series' 38th season may have broken its hot streak after Seth MacFarlane and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, 'Up All Night' and former 'Married with Children' star Christina Applegate is here to get us back on track. And it only took 19 years!
Bruno Mars will be on double-duty as host and performer of NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' on Oct. 20! This will be the 'Grenade' crooner's second time appearing on the show but his first time as the host.
Though only two episodes deep into its 38th season, 'Saturday Night Live' has already produced some classics, be they 'Family Guy' funnyman (and newly-minted Oscars host) Seth MacFarlane and his dead-on Ryan Lochte impression, to Joseph Gordon-Levitt and his turn as the most interesting man in the world's son. But with Daniel Craig due to host this Saturday, who will next take the reigns? Why, Christina Applegate and Bruno Mars, of course, but not in the way you'd think!
The season premiere of 'Saturday Night Live' kicked off with a bang, featuring musical guests Frank Ocean and John Mayer. The chemistry between the performers is palpable and a lot of fun to watch, and they brought an intensity to the otherwise lighthearted show -- but still didn't take themselves too seriously.
When Frank Ocean graces the stage on the season premiere of 'Saturday Night Live' this Saturday (Sept. 15), he will have special guest with him -- singer-guitarist John Mayer. The Odd Future crooner announced the news on his Twitter feed today (Sept. 11). "SNL this weekend. Me and the bro John Mayer," he wrote.
Sure, we’re all a little tepid at the prospect of a new season of ‘Saturday Night Live‘ that lacks Andy Samberg, Kristen Wiig, Abby Elliott, and potentially even Jason Sudeikis as well, but the show will always go on, no? Seth MacFarlane has been announced to host the premiere of the long-running sketch comedy’s thirty-eighth season, but who will join him on the stage? And what other stars will fall from the sky to deliver a premium rush in the ensuing weeks?
Since Regis Philbin retired from ‘Live!’ back in November of 2011, the show has had rotating co-hosts while producers scrambled to figure out how to replace the venerable Reeg. According to reports, it looks like they may have finally made their decision…
Usher will hit the ‘Saturday Night Live’ stage for the third time as this week’s musical guest. He’ll be joined by ‘SNL’ alum Will Ferrell for the night’s host. Considering Ferrell is a comedic heavyweight, the promos for the episode are no less than hilarious.
Rihanna‘s well-documented lifestyle of living fast and partying hard is catching up with her. She tweeted a photo of her arm hooked up to an IV, causing fans to worry about the overall state of her health.
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