Saturday Night Live
The Brooklyn-based band will take the SNL stage with fellow Brooklyn actress Lena Dunham, who will also make her SNL debut as host.
Short-shorts, dorky dads, guest stars, moody medleys: Drake’s ‘SNL’ hosting gig had it all, though some of it didn’t exactly work.
We all know Drake started from the bottom and now he’s here. But it should be made clear that the “bottom” was really the Canadian teen soap, Degrassi.
To kick off the first Saturday Night Live episode of the new year, Drake will pull a double shift.
Lady Gaga lives for your applause and she doesn’t care whether it’s a genuinely well-earned round or just a cheap few claps in support of whatever crowd-appeasing thing she just said. Gaga admitted all of this during her SNL monologue.
West’s chat with AMP Radio made it all the way to writers on ‘Saturday Night Live,’ with new “Weekend Update” anchor Cecily Strong referencing it during this week’s show.
While Gaga has been the ‘SNL’ musical guest three times in the past, this will be the ARTPOP singer’s first foray into hosting the long-running late night comedy show.
Miley Cyrus only hosted Saturday Night Live a few weeks ago, but she made a surprise re-appearance this Saturday (October 26) to make a special announcement.
The rapper is slated to perform on the November 2nd episode of the show, hosted by Kerry Washington and airing only three days before the release of his latest album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, on November 5.
After more than a month of media proliferation, Miley Cyrus’ SNL gig as host and musical guest has finally arrived. And, typical of most SNL events these days, it was a mixed bag. In keeping with the spirit of Miley, let’s reduce this to headlines:
What started as ’90s star Sinead O’Connor offering current pop culture sensation Miley Cyrus some rather stern career advice has exploded into an all-out war of words between the two artists.
This marks Arcade Fire’s fourth time on ‘Saturday Night Live,’ once for every album.
A day after debuting new song “New Slaves” on the sides of 66 buildings in major cities around the world, Kanye West took the SNL stage to showcase the song, as well as another new one, “Black Skinhead.”
This week’s TV lineup reinforces the idea that has emerged over the past month: Late night shows love legacy artists.
America fell in love with Phoenix after their performance on “SNL,” but it turns out the band’s career defining moment almost never happened.