Short-shorts, dorky dads, guest stars, moody medleys: Drake’s ‘SNL’ hosting gig had it all, though some of it didn’t exactly work.
The takeaway quote: “I am the saddest boy in all of Canada.”
Joking that he was stuck in traffic, but then decided to take a city bike, Sir Paul McCartney joined Fallon for a performance of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”
Plus check out the band’s newly announced North American tour dates.
‘Anchorman’ stars shared the ‘SNL’ stage last night with One Direction for a rowdy rendition of “Afternoon Delight.”
These two rascals! Can we just have Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon do two more installments of “The History of Rap” performance both times? That would be just great.
“New N/A tour dates up!!!! Can’t wait to get jiggy witchuuuuuuuuu,” the band tweeted.
Last night (November 2) marked Eminem’s sixth appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live’ and minus a few de rigeur sound issues, the self-proclaimed Rap God owned the stage with two songs from his forthcoming album ‘The Marshall Mathers LP 2.’
For her Saturday Night Live appearance this time around, Katy Perry did not even attempt any jokes. It was all business, with two heavily themed performances of “Prism” tracks “Roar” and “Walking on Air.”
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:
We don’t know what it will be, but 30 minutes of Arcade Fire on TV is enticing enough for any Arcade Fire fan.
This marks Arcade Fire’s fourth time on ‘Saturday Night Live,’ once for every album.
What did Brad Paisley think of the Saturday Night Live parody of his and LL Cool J’s song “Accidental Racist” that aired this past weekend? Three words: “It was awesome.” In an interview this morning […]
After the real Brad Paisley and LL Cool J made the rounds of talk shows all last week, speaking about their new collaborative song “Accidental Racist,” it figures that Saturday Night Live would get in on […]
America fell in love with Phoenix after their performance on “SNL,” but it turns out the band’s career defining moment almost never happened.