Everything That's Happened Since Bruce Willis Last Hosted 'Saturday Night Live'
Bruce Willis and Katy Perry on "Saturday Night Live"
It's been nearly a quarter of a century since Bruce Willis last hosted "Saturday Night Live." He made his one and only appearance in Season 15's premiere on Sept. 30, 1989.
A lot has happened between then and this Saturday, when the "Red 2" star returns to Studio 8H. Willis himself has changed quite a bit — back then, the 34-year-old was just an up-and-coming star who had proven that he could do comedy ("Moonlighting") and action ("Die Hard"). Oh, and he had hair:
The world is a different place than it was in 1989. Check out everything that's happened since Willis hosted "SNL":
Nov. 9, 1989: The Berlin Wall falls.
July 4, 1990: "Die Hard 2" hits theaters.
Feb. 9, 1991: Adam Sandler makes his debut on "SNL" as a featured player.
Nov. 22, 1992: Last week's "SNL" host, Miley Cyrus, is born. This week's musical guest, Katy Perry, was 8 years old.
May 20, 1993: "Cheers" airs its series finale.
Oct. 14, 1994: Willis rejuvenates his career in Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction."
May 19, 1995: "Die Hard: With a Vengeance" is released.