Remember the HIGHlariously tragic scene in Bridesmaids where Maya Rudolph poo-poos her pretty wedding dress while she's crossing the street? Yeah, this was like that. But sixteen thousand times worse. The streets of Central and South London were awash with feces on Thursday! Some pipes exploded and it was a veritable sea of sht-filled sewage water. No. One. [...]
Why does everything Maya Rudolph does make us giggle?! While other celebs are busy getting pulled over for DUIs, the comedian swiped a trash can with her SUV on Wednesday morning in El Lay. Even though losing her side mirror to the HARD hit wasn't so funny, everything from her confused response to her outfit was [...]
Hilarious video -- Maya Rudolph sideswiped a bunch of roadside garbage cans with her SUV Wednesday... HARD... and the accident was all caught on tape.Maya was driving down the road in L.A. -- pretty fast -- when her side view mirror collided with…
Sasheer Zamata, the much anticipated first black female to join Saturday Night Live's ranks since Maya Rudolph's 2007 departure, made her debut on last night's show, and the AP describes it as "low-key but notable." Zamata played a teenage Rihanna in a Blossom knockoff and appeared in a sketch called...
Black female comics are having a cultural moment. Last night Sasheer Zamata debuted on “Saturday Night Live,” the first black female cast member since Maya Rudolph left the show in 2007. Watch the video.
This Saturday, Sasheer Zamata, the first African-American female cast member since Maya Rudolph, is set to make her debut on Saturday Night Live. A relative unknown to most viewers, odds are she’ll quickly become a household name. But...Show More Summary
Away We Go is a heartwarming comedy that follows a young couple (played by John Krasinski and Maya Rudolph) as
Sasheer Zamata, the 27-year-old comedian seen above, has been tapped to join the cast of Saturday Night Live, becoming the first black woman on the show since Maya Rudolph’s departure in 2007. Drew Grant comments: It’s an uneasy victory: While it’s definitely a good thing to have more diversity in the cast, the fact is that Ms. […]
Sasheer Zamata will join NBC’s “Saturday Night Live”—the show’s first black female cast member since Maya Rudolph departed in 2007. Her hiring is drawing congratulatory tweets from Kerry Washington and other stars.
The long-simmering drama around Saturday Night Live and its lack of diversity in its cast (principally pinned on the fact that the cast has not included a black comedienne since Maya Rudolph left the show five years ago) has now finally...Show More Summary
The comedian is the first black female to join NBC's late-night sketch series since Maya Rudolph. read more
Video from YouTube channel Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell Deadline Hollywood reported Monday that Sasheer Zamata will join the cast of Saturday Night Live; becoming the first black female cast member to join since Maya Rudolph, who left the show in 2007.
To say that it’s about time would be a gross understatement: Saturday Night Live has finally added a black female comedian to its cast, Sasheer Zamata, nearly seven years after Maya Rudolph departed the show. This comes after monthsShow More Summary
"Saturday Night Live" has added Sasheer Zamata as the first female black cast member since Maya Rudolph left the show.
'SNL' announces its first black female cast member since Maya Rudolph.
The wonderful Sasheer Zamata is joining the cast of Saturday Night Live, and will be the first black female cast member since Maya Rudolph left five years ago. You’ve probably come across and enjoyed a bunch of her videos already, but here, in case you haven’t!
by Emma Carmichael Deadline reports that Sasheer Zamata, longtime Hairpin pal and hilarious woman, will join SNL for its next episode, to air Jan. 18. She'll be the first black female cast member on the show since Maya Rudolph left five years back. Show More Summary
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It’s been almost seven years since Maya Rudolph exited “Saturday Night Live” in 2007 and since then they haven’t had an African American woman on the cast. But that’s all about to change, as head honcho Lorne Michaels is currently sifting...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: One of these women could follow in the footsteps of Maya Rudolph and become the first black female Saturday Night Live cast member in five years. No one is talking, but I have compiled the names of eight young performers who I hear would take the SNL stage on Monday to vie for a featured player spot on the venerable NBC sketch comedy show. Show More Summary