UFC president Dana White was completely out of line when he blasted Jason Aldean for not performing the National Anthem on Saturday night at UFC 216 in Las Vegas. Jason Aldean has too much class to respond to the incredibly insensitive and downright offensive remarks made towards him by Dana White. I however, do not.
She's coming to the Taste of Country Music Festival in June! And boy do I hope she does a performance as cool at the one she did on SNL this weekend!
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Maren is the only country star to perform on this season of SNL...
When Adam Driver, one of the stars of the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," hosts "Saturday Night Live," you know there are going to be a few skits about the movie. I would say most of the time these are not that good or well thought out. It's almost like they feel they NEED to do a couple things on the show to support the host's latest project. In this case they nailed it.
I've always known it's true. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are comedic geniuses! They proved it on Saturday Night Live this weekend with their brilliant faux game show, "Meet Your Second Wife".
The pair hosted the show to promote their new film "Sisters" which is in theaters now...
If you missed the season premiere of Saturday Night Live you missed some really good comedy, not to mention the antics of Miley Cyrus as host. Earlier today I posted a blog about Hillary Clinton's guest appearance where she played a bartender pouring drink for "Hillary Clinton" being impersonated by cast member, Kate McKinnon. While that was cool , I have to say that Taran Killam's imper
When Saturday Night Live begins a new season you can usually expect something to happen that will get people talking about it on Monday morning, this season opener did not disappoint. Hillary Clinton stopped by to open the show and to be honest wasn't half bad.
I have to be honest, ever since Kentucky Fried Chicken brought back the Colonel with Darrell Hammond I have been a little creeped out. I don't know if it was the character of Colonel Sanders or Darrell's portrayal but it just didn't sit right with me. I guess I may have not been the only one to feel this way because KFC has now replaced SNL Alum Hammond with another SNL guy: Norm McDonald.
Most of the time, the SNL opening monologue is a formality and a tradition, a road bump on the way to the actual good parts of an episode. It feels like something the guest host does because he has to, not because anyone on the writing staff actually had a good idea. And that’s why last night’s monologue was such a joyous surprise: it was not only the best monologue of the season, but the best sketch of the whole night.
Whenever SNL breaks out the “guest host answers audience questions” template for the opening monologue, it feels like a sign that the writers waited until the last possible moment to write this bit and couldn’t come up with anything better. And yet, when they use this formula for Chris Hemsworth, it works for one reason and one reason alone: their guest host has a couple of famous (and not-so-famous) brothers who can join him on stage.
The SNL 40th Anniversary Special had a LOT going on. It was over three hours of comedy and music and stars and tributes all packed into one night. With so much going on, if you missed something, we can't say we blame you. We've covered the big items, like Celebrity Jeopardy, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake, the new Digital Short, Wayne's World and the huge monologue, but we're here to celebrate some of the smaller moments.