We don’t know what it will be, but 30 minutes of Arcade Fire on TV is enticing enough for any Arcade Fire fan.
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.
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.
This past Saturday marked Justin Timberlake’s fifth stint as host and musical guest for Saturday Night Live, an unsurprising fact given the anticipation surrounding the episode, which was not only the clear best of the current season but also the highest-rated SNL in 14 months. Here’s the highlight reel.
Arguably the best Saturday Night Live host and performer of our times, Justin Timberlake, will don his suit & tie to rejoin the show for his fourth go-around at the host-guest combo.
Get ready for another fun filled, Justin Bieber infused episode of Saturday Night Live.
It’s not as if the singer and The Voice coach has been bashful over the past few years, but it looks like Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine is preparing to kick it all into high gear in 2013.
Moving forward into 2013, the group continues to have big plans as they have just announced a U.S. tour kicking off on January 23rd in St. Paul, Minnesota, and ending in Nashville on February 16th
After his one man show on Saturday Night Live this past weekend, Bruno Mars stopped by the 102.7 Fresh studios for a chat with Jim and Kim about being a part of one of SNL’s better episodes of the season.
Mars revelas he’s working with Mark Ronson, Diplo and the Smeezingtons on his new album — and teases his favorite new track.