By night, the 37 Beefeaters - who live with their families in the fortified complex - can change out of their uniforms and enjoy a drink at the secret Yeoman Warders' Club.
A chaotic week at the White House usually makes for a giddy week at Saturday Night Live, and this latest week of rolling heads left no shortage of fish in the barrel. The show opened with Alex Moffat as Anderson Cooper interviewing Kate McKinnon, whom the New York Times describes...
She wants to make certain "all schools are safe learning environments for guns."
CHEERSPORT Nationals 2018 kicked off with Friday Night Live benefiting Team Up for St. Jude Spirited by Varsity. Seventeen of the top Level 5 teams in the country took the mat to showcase their skills while raising money in true cheerleader style for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital! Before the competition even began, these [...]Show More Summary
John Goodman and Fred Armisen made surprise appearances in "Saturday Night Live's" cold open, along with host Bill Hader and "SNL" regular Alex Moffat as CNN's Anderson Cooper. The bit presented as a segment of CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" skewered headlines of the week including President Donald...
Comedian James Adomian Is Calling Out ‘Saturday Night Live’ for Its Longstanding Lack of Queer Representation The show has only had one openly gay male cast member in its entire run, and according to James Adomian, it's due to cowardice Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
"Saturday Night Live" combined the biggest news stories in politics and pop culture from the last week with its Mar. 10 cold open that saw Robert Mueller (Kate McKinnon) as "The Bachelor." In a sketch that parodied the real-life events of Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s recent proposal on the ABC reality show,...
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Bill Hader was nominated for three Emmy Awards for acting during his eight seasons as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, has written for South Park, lent his voice to animated hits such as Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and Inside Out, and served up memorable supporting roles in the films Superbad, Tropic […]
Gorgeous! Lorraine Schwartz threw a star-studded bash last night at Delilah in West Hollywood to celebrate the launch of The Eye Bangle — and Blake Lively, Kim Kardashian West, and Halsey all showed up in style! Related: Kate Upton Declines Interview In Guess' Investigation Other celebs included Kris Jenner, Rita Ora, Heidi Klum, Pharrell, Sofia Vergara, Usher, [...]
John Goodman returned to "Saturday Night Live" as booted Secretary of State
On the latest episode of Saturday Night Live, hosted by Bill Hader, cast members got into character as popular 1990s actors and threw down some hilarious fake auditions for Jurassic Park. Pee-wee Herman (Mikey Day), Adam Sandler (Pete...Show More Summary
NBC/screengrab Rex Tillerson is out as secretary of state, which means John Goodman was back on Saturday Night Live this week. Saturday’s cold open featured two prominent guest stars in addition to Goodman, but first we were treatedShow More Summary
Iggy Azalea is opening up about her relationship with some of her superstar friends and fellow artists! The 27-year-old “Savior” superstar made an appearance on Watch What Happens Live on Sunday night (March 18). PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Iggy Azalea During her appearance, Iggy opened up about whether she’d collaborate with Cardi [...]
Long before Hope Hicks became President Donald Trump's top aide and actor Alec Baldwin began impersonating him on "Saturday Night Live," Hicks auditioned for a film in which Baldwin starred. New York Magazine reported the detail as part...Show More Summary
A tumultuous week at the White House gets the “Saturday Night Live” treatment in a jam-packed opening sketch (featuring Bill Hader as The Mooch). What: A sketch that perfectly captures a White House with worn-out exit doors from all its recent departures. Read Full Story
Actor and comedian Bill Hader returned to "Saturday Night Live" this weekend
Suggested by Shaker Brenda A.: "When were you helped by a total stranger?"One night, many years ago, before there were automated railroad gates at every crossing on the country roads near where I live, I came to a railroad crossing I crossed all the time, braked to a stop, and looked both ways, just like always. Show More Summary
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Arcade Fire were the musical guests on last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, performing "Creature Comfort" and "Put Your Money On Me" from their most recent album Everything Now. And while they were there, the Canadian indie-rock heroes also made a brief appearance in a sketch poking fun at Canadians' reputation for being overly…