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To kick off the first Saturday Night Live episode of the new year, Drake will pull a double shift.
In case you’re having reservations about the powerful Justin & Jimmy duo, we have five of their funniest moments together to put that doubting baby to bed.
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.
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 so impressive it will be studied in public relations classes for years to come, Miley Cyrus’ ‘Saturday Night Live’ gig as host and musical guest has finally arrived. And, typical of most SNL events these days, it was a mixed bag.
America fell in love with Phoenix after the band’s 2009 performance on Saturday Night Live, but it turns out the career-defining moment almost never happened.
Artists adding extra songs onto deluxe editions of full-length albums is nothing new, but French band Phoenix have taken the practice to an extreme on Bankrupt!, their forthcoming new album set for release on April 23.
Phoenix and Miguel have big shoes to fill after Justin Timberlake’s impressive stint as both host and performer on Saturday Night Live last week. But they’ll both try next month.
If for some reason you’ve been wondering what Justin Timberlake’s music would sound like when sung by a barbershop quartet, you’re in luck. JT revealed it to the world last night (March 12) on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, a performance you can watch here.
This weekend Justin Timberlake returned to Saturday Night Live for his fifth time as host. The most watched episode in 14 months, Timberlake caused some headlines when he switched the lyrics to his current single “Suit & Tie.”