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Our girl Jennifer Lawrence is having quite the week. On Sunday she won a Golden Globe for her role in the film Silver Linings Playbook, and last night she hosted Saturday Night Live, portraying characters from a fairly staggering number of different scenarios: the fifties, the Civil War, and even Middle Earth. Lawrence also briefly [...]
If you’re still trying to figure out what to get your friends and family for the holidays, why not consider Swarovski crystals? Per a pair of ex-porn stars shilling the gems in Saturday Night Live’s last (and most bizarrely hilarious) sketch of the evening, they’re “perfect for Christmas, bracelets, necklace, business, wearing, crystals.” Just because you can’t pronounce them doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get some for everyone in your family!
Has there ever been a more fashionable episode of Saturday Night Live than this weekend’s? Vogue‘s December cover girl Anne Hathaway hosted the show, while November’s “red hot” star Rihanna provided the musical stylings. Here’s a look at what the two stylish celebs wore throughout the episode, from the chic lacy dress Hathaway wore during the opening monologue to Rihanna’s Bob Marley printed tank.
Conan‘s done it (twice), Leif Garrett‘s done it, we’ve done it, hey — maybe you’ve even done it. Now the Saturday Night Live team has joined in the fun of spoofing Brad Pitt‘s now-infamous Chanel No. 5 campaign.
Saturday Night Live was really on top of ’80s fashion.
Take a minute out of your Memorial Day to enjoy this little gem from the Saturday Night Live archives.
Au revoir, Kristen Wiig! You will be sorely missed.
Seth Myers didn’t hold back last night during his Weekend Update “Really?!” segment, pillorying Time magazine’s controversial attachment parenting cover, which depicts 26-year-old mother Jamie Lynne Grumet breast-feeding her nearly 4-year-old son Aram.
Patricia Krentcil, the mother accused of bringing her 5-year-old daughter into a tanning booth with her, has been one of our weirder obsessions this past week.
While we were disappointed that Rihanna didn’t pop up in any of the sketches on last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live (Shy Ronnie, anyone?), her musical performances certainly weren’t short on theatrics.
Gotye was the musical guest on last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live. Not sure who that is? Think “Somebody That I Used To Know”, that sparse, catchy breakup tune that you’ve been hearing just about everywhere lately (Glee, American Idol, and The Voice have all seen renditions).
Let’s take a trip back to the early aughts, okay?
Saturday Night Live finally caught on to the Hunger Games craze, but it was too little, too late.
Did you watch Sofia Vergara on Saturday Night Live last night? Did you love her as much as we did?
Come on, who doesn’t love Jonah Hill?
Lindsay Lohan‘s turn as Saturday Night Live host was sort of whatever. We weren’t overwhelmed, we weren’t underwhelmed, we were just…whelmed.
Lindsay Lohan may have hosted Saturday Night Live, but it was Kristen Wiig who stole the show. Did you see her as a drunk Cinderella on The Real Housewives of Disney?!
In her quest to make sure every single person on the planet knows she’s hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend, Lindsay “Don’t Call It A Comeback” Lohan stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to explain how the whole thing came to be. Short version: She begged Lorne Michaels until he said yes.