With Alec Baldwin and Melissa McCarthy dominating Saturday Night Live clips with their respective Donald Trump and Sean “Spicy” Spicer impersonations, it’s no surprise that other actors want to get in on the juiciest parts on television: President Trump’s administration. While there’s no shortage of white guys with little-to-no hair ... More »
They're BFFs with Melissa McCarthy, for one, and they have showbiz stories to tell.
Rachel Ramras helps out USA TODAY and interviews her "Nobodies" co-stars Hugh Davidson and Larry Dorf. The TV Land series is executive produced by Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone.
This season Saturday Night Live has been running some real time commentary alongside the real life dystopian follies playing out at the White House. Kent Sublette is one of the head writers charged with bringing the insane news of the...Show More Summary
Now one of the most recognizable stars in Hollywood, Melissa McCarthy remembers very clearly what it was like when no one knew who she was. Way before "Bridesmaids" and "Spy," McCarthy made her feature-film debut in the 1999 action-comedy "Go," about a drug deal gone awry. Show More Summary
Chicago has been getting a lot of grief as of late, continually getting called out by our so-called president for a nonexistent crime surge. Even Sean Spicer—well, Melissa McCarthy as Sean Spicer—cites an 80-percent murder rate. Since Chicago is where The A.V. Show More Summary
Melissa McCarthy is opening up about her husband Ben Falcone‘s hypochondria. The 46-year-old actress revealed the little tidbit during their joint appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “I think what should not be making me laugh makes me laugh more. There are certain very weird things,” Melissa said. “Ben, lovingly, is a super-hypochondriac, maybe germophobe, [...]
Alec Baldwin has the Trumpian “puffs,” and now Melissa McCarthy has the Spicey … organs? McCarthy has been delighting the late-night circuit with her convincing impersonation of Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live, but, in expanding on the impression’s origin story on Ellen this week, she was candid ... More »
Melissa McCarthy was on "Ellen" this week, where she explained how she got her amazing role as White House Spokesman Sean Spicer. She got a call from SNL producers, who knew she was in New York, asking her to come in and discuss the part. Show More Summary
It's only March, but Melissa McCarthy already delivered the best comedy bit of the year when she roasted White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live. But it almost never happened. McCarthy sat on The Ellen Degeneres...Show More Summary
The actress discusses playing the Press Secretary with Ellen DeGeneres and her husband Ben Falcone.
Playing Sean Spicer wasn’t Melissa McCarthy’s idea – that honor goes to Kent Sublette, McCarthy’s old Groundlings pal and now Saturday Night Live writer. But on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today (see clip below) McCarthy said her initial hesitation vanished once the ear prosthetics were in place. Show More Summary
“Can I have eye bags? Yes.”
Debuting on March 29 and already renewed for a second season, TV Land’s Nobodies executive produced by Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone is a near-perfect example of what having famous friends can do for you in this town – and how that...Show More Summary
It's not easy to transform Melissa McCarthy into the press secretary
Melissa McCarthy and her husband Ben Falcone are appearing on the new episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and she’s opening up about how she was asked to play Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live. “SNL called and Kent Sublette, one of our old friends from the Groundlings, who is one of the head writers [...]
How do we get a copy of that?? Melissa McCarthy impersonating White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is definitely one of the top standout moments from this season of Saturday Night Live. So, it's no wonder the Ghostbusters actress is contemplating commemorating the look for her family's 2017 Christmas card. Related: Melissa Treats Her Friends Like Nobodies [...]
Melissa McCarthy stunned her fans by losing 75 pounds last year. McCarthy has maintained her weight loss, and now she’s flaunting her newly slim body in a new TV show. Melissa also has dished up the details of just how she won the battle...Show More Summary
USA TODAY's entertainment podcast also looks at Melissa McCarthy's Spicer-spying, and Ellen DeGeneres' budding TV empire.
As the end of the 42nd season of Saturday Night Live comes to an end, the show has seen a noticeable boost in its profile thanks in part to the quirks of the Trump administration. Guest stars like Melissa McCarthy and Alec Baldwin have...Show More Summary