Celebrity news tells us SETH ROGEN advised kids to “just say no” to drugs, in a skit that he did on “SNL” recently… and he wasn’t so successful.
In the sketch, the comedic actor played a police officer who got in front of a class filled with kids and did a talk with the simple message: “Just Say No” to drugs.
ED SHEERAN performed his new songs, “Sing” and “Don’t,” during his guesting on “SNL” over the weekend.”
Ed Sheeran went back to television to offer some good, live music by guesting on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend.
We have to say, we didn’t miss his many (though pretty awesome) covers.
SETH ROGEN hosted “SNL” this weekend and got interrupted by JAMES FRANCO, ZOOEY DESCHANEL and TAYLOR SWIFT while at it.
But, who’s complaining?
After admitting that his debut was exciting but was quite a blur, the “Neighbors” comedian revealed he documented his succeeding stints in a journal.
JONAH HILL and LEONARDO DICAPRIO spoofed the iconic “Titanic” scene on “SNL” this weekend, and it was hilarious!
Check them out:
“The Wolf of Wall Street” co-stars Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio‘s visit on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend was both memorable and funny, to say the least.
The Oscar-nominated comedian was doing his opening monologue on the show and insulting the handsome model-magnet’s acting abilities when the latter suddenly decided to step out on stage, much to Hill‘s embarrassment.
JUSTIN BIEBER‘s “arresting officer” broke his silence on “SNL,” star news has learned.
Oh, wait. That’s not him.
“Titanic” was not the only thing that was spoofed on “Saturday Night Live” this week.
In the wake of Justin Bieber‘s arrest for DUI and alleged drag racing on Thursday, comedian Kenan Thompson posed as the pop star’s fake “arresting officer” and talked about the widely-reported incident for the show’s “Weekend Update” report.
KIM KARDASHIAN and KANYE WEST were mocked again on the holiday special of “Saturday Night Live” this weekend.
Entertainment news just can’t get enough of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West this month, it seems.
After they were repeatedly spoofed and dissed for their raunchy music video for the rapper’s song “Bound 2,” as well as on “South Park,” “Saturday Night Live” joined the bandwagon this weekend by airing their own parody titled “Waking Up With Kimye.”