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The CG-animated adaptation of the hit mobile game stars Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph and Peter Dinklage.
It’s been over a year since the world last got a taste of preeminent Beyoncé impressionist Maya Rudolph during a guest appearance on Saturday Night Live. Luckily, singer Jade Novah is here to continue in the great tradition, this time with a twist. Related:Beyoncé-Inspired Skyscraper Will Soon Tower Over Melbourne In an Instagram video hilarious... Read more »
NBC is continuing to do everything it can to ameliorate the crippling variety show addiction it instilled in Saturday Night Live star Maya Rudolph by putting her on the air 15 years ago. The network’s efforts began in earnest in MayShow More Summary
Maya Rudolph's long-gestating variety show, first tested as the hour-long special The Maya Rudolph Show last May, inches ever closer to becoming an actual thing. TV Line reports that Martin Short is set to join Rudolph as a co-headliner on a show tentatively titled Maya & Marty, produced by SNL's... More »
This just in from reliable source Michael Ausiello at TVLine: NBC has given serious considerations to bringing back Maya Rudolph's variety show as a series, but with a catch. Martin Short would be her partner in comedy crime, making the potential primetime partnership of Maya & Marty. Maya & Marty performed together to kick off […]
They had such great chemistry in “Baby Mama” and now Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are teaming up again for “Sisters.” The “Parks and Recreation” star and the “30 Rock” babe worked with director Jason Moore and costars Maya Rudolph, Ike Barinholtz,...Show More Summary
Dig it, hep cats?
This week, Channing Tatum over-shared about how he burned the skin off his penis, British tabs tried to conjure up a romance between Sam Smith and Russell Tovey, while Maya Rudolph finally took her shot at Rachel Dolezal. Here’s what happened recently on Instagram: Sam Smith got an ouchie. A photo posted by Sam Smith (@samsmithworld) on […]
Fresno Foxglove's ghost (Maya Rudolph) has a foreboding message for Rock (Michael Kenneth Williams), but finds him in bed with Delores O’Dell (Kristen Wiig). From The Spoils Before Dying
Yes, I've noticed the abrupt cancellation of all attention to Rachel Dolezal. Should we have let her go, sunken forever into the trash heap of forgotten media sensations? Well, probably, yes, I would say, and yet Maya Rudolph would really like to do her impression... Show More Summary
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What happens when Maya Rudolph leaves SNL and then crazy news happens? The rest of us gets a fantastic Rachel Dolezal impression. While visiting Late Night with Seth Meyers, Rudolph told her fellow SNL alum that she has been approached...Show More Summary
For every former cast member of Saturday Night Live, there are tons of celebrities and other personalities that the public would love to see the performers return to impersonate. In this case, it's Maya Rudolph doing Rachel Dolezal. Click To Continue Reading
Maya Rudolph stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers and delivered the Rachel Dolezal impression the world has been waiting for.
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Post by Jenny Erikson. As soon as someone makes an idiot out of themselves and becomes the subject of national mockery, we immediately wonder who will play them on Saturday Night Live. And apparently, Maya Rudolph has been approached...Show More Summary
'I don't really understand the question,' Maya Rudolph said during her Rachel Dolezal impression. [ more › ]
Had Maya Rudolph stayed on "Saturday Night Live" until now, we might have seen a more fleshed out version of her Rachel Dolezal impression