"That lovable scamp was put through a nightmare of a trial," declared Cecily Strong's Jeanine Pirro.
The British singer is due to perform on "SNL" on Nov. 6 as he promotes his new album.
Jason Sudeikis (aka Ted Lasso) is naughty. He reprised his role as the Devil on "Saturday Night Live," tormenting Colin Jost about Scarlett Johansson.
“Saturday Night Live’s” cold open took aim at the scandal surrounding former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden, who was forced out last week after revelations of shockingly racist, misogynist and homophobic comments he made in emails while he was an ESPN commentator. The sketch featured “SNL” key players including Colin Jost, Cecily Strong, Kenan […]
James Austin Johnson replaced Alex Moffatt as Joe Biden on the Season 47 premiere of "Saturday Night Live."
Days after his death, Norm Macdonald is eulogized by his former "Saturday Night Live" boss, Lorne Michaels, and John Oliver during the awards show.
"John Mayer came over to me at the afterparty [and said], 'Tomorrow you're going to see something you've never seen before. It's going to be crazy. ... This is a different world.'"
When she was 4 years old, Molly Shannon lost her mother, younger sister, and cousin in a car accident. Years later, she would base her Mary Katherine Gallagher character on 'Saturday Night Live' on how she 'felt after the accident.'
The rapper, 37, decided this was something he wanted to do "years ago" after watching Kurt Cobain tackle fashion standards in the '90s
“I think they both knew the one thing that they could say to one another that would hurt the most.”
The singer writes in a new memoir that the infamous moment "re-railed" her career.
Scarlett Johansson took home the prestigious Generation Award and some slime during the MTV Movie and TV Awards.
Keegan-Michael Key hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time and was joined by musical guest Olivia Rodrigo
Crystal and Haddish reveal how his extreme New York Yankee fandom accidentally led to her spending time with beau Common.
Kid Cudi had the internet abuzz with his fashion-forward performance as the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” — with two looks that were an apparent tribute to the late grunge rocker Kurt Cobain. First, the singer performed the song “Tequila Shots” wearing a T-shirt with a photo of the late “SNL” cast member Chris Farley, who died in 1997 at age 33 of a drug overdose. Cudi also wore a green cardigan that recalled the one that Cobain — who died by suicide at age 27 in 1994 — had worn during his band Nirvana’s “MTV Unplugged” performance the year before. Cudi returned later in the show with an even bolder callback to the late Cobain for his song “Sad People” — an ankle-length, spaghetti-strap floral dress reminiscent of a similar outfit that the Nirvana frontman wore during a photo shoot for the U.K. music magazine The Face. Also Read: 'SNL' Cold Open Has Some Bleak Thoughts About Derek Chauvin Trial (Video) If you’re out here hating on Kid Cudi because he was wearing a dress, grow up and understand that it’s not only an homage to Kurt Cobain but also him speaking loudly for everyone to be and love themselves for who they are. pic.twitter.com/H7i7NfYbM3 — ⚜️𝗞𝗜𝗗 𝗖𝗨𝗗𝗜'𝗦 𝗛𝗨𝗠𝗢𝗟𝗢𝗚𝗜𝗦𝗧⚜️ (@CudisHumologist) April 11, 2021 Both songs are from Cudi’s new album, “Man on the Moon III: The Chosen.” Cudi has long been an admirer of Cobain — and according to Consequence of Sound even got a tattoo of the late rock star that he shared on social media last summer. Many online commentators note the apt choice of outfit and its lyrical connections, since “Sad People” concerns Cudi’s longtime battle with depression, including a 2016 stint in a rehab for “suicidal urges”: “Lettin’ go, ooh, this ain’t livin’ / I swim in pain / Never drown, keep my head up above the waves (get it, get it).” Others noted the timing of the performance, just days after the 27th anniversary of Cobain’s death. Watch the performances below. Also Read: Kid Cudi Enters Rehab for 'Depression and Suicidal Urges' The Twitterverse heaped praise on Cudi for his performances, and for “breaking social norms” with his “fabulous” and “stunning” outfit in the “Sad People” performance — which he ended with a smile and a curtsy. See more reactions below. Sensing a pattern here with Kid Cudi on #SNL and another KC pic.twitter.com/quFEQOiiFW — Jillian Sederholm (@JillianSed) April 11, 2021 Kid Cudi pulling the ultimate Kurt Cobain tribute on #SNL on the week of this death. @KidCudi all about love and suicide prevention and awareness!!! pic.twitter.com/m4DOUC5eFF — Danny Armstrong (@DArmstrong44) April 11, 2021 Kid cudi on #snl rn!!!! King!!!!! pic.twitter.com/xspn8qQhG0 — Sophie Ross (@SophRossss) April 11, 2021 Kid Cudi wearing a dress on SNL. Yes. — here for now (@LouisTheChild) April 11, 2021 Kid Cudi performing on SNL in a floral dress is the energy we need in 2021 — Jon Steingart (@jonsteingart) April 11, 2021 Kid Cudi rocks a Chris Farley tee, then a stunning sundress. Respect. #SNL — Karen DaltonBeninato (@kbeninato) April 11, 2021 Man, I will always love Kid Cudi. The embodiment of his song “unf***wittable” #snl https://t.co/lLOuiF3Yde — Brandon Pope TV (@BpopeTV) April 11, 2021 Cudi flourishing on SNL. Next level pic.twitter.com/53kXlTFXhx — Kozza (@Kozza) April 11, 2021 Cudi’s curtsy was everything #snl @KidCudi — Tanya Casole-Gouveia (@TaCaGo) April 11, 2021 Read original story ‘SNL': Kid Cudi Pays Tribute to Kurt Cobain, Chris Farley With Bold Fashion Statements At TheWrap
"Saturday Night Live" paid tribute to two deaths that touched the "SNL" family: one of the show's original writers, Anne Beatts, and rap legend DMX.