Vanessa Bayer and Justin Bieber
It's not exactly a public apology, but it'll have to do.
While hosting Saturday Night Live over the weekend, Justin Bieber addressed the recent controversy that resulted when photos of him smoking what appeared to be a joint were published online.
It's official — Abby Elliott will not be returning to Saturday Night Live.
Elliott, the daughter of former SNL cast member Chris Elliott, is leaving the sketch show after four seasons, Splitsider reports. The announcement comes after stars Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg said their goodbyes on last season's finale.
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Question: What is up with Saturday Night Live? Who are all these people?? There are so many people in the cast that I simply can't connect to them. Back when SNL started, the Not Ready For Prime Time Players was a cast of 7 and you really "knew" them. You knew their characters, their skits, you looked forward to Roseanne Roseannadanna and Belushi's Samurai. Now with a cast of thousands (it seems), no one really cares. I, like so many others, watch the opening, fast-forward to the musical guest (maybe), watch the news, then erase. The best thing the PTB could do would be to trim the cast, keep the ones we really like (Wiig, Kenan, Samberg, Hader, Meyers) and start writing for them, not just writing to fill the time. — Deb
Burly, bearded Zach Galifianakis began his Saturday Light Live monologue with some one-liners and impressions that included "the guy from Queens who's obsessed with cargo shorts," and ended up dressed like Little Orphan Annie singing "Tomorrow" with a complement of scrawled messages a la an old Bob Dylan video.
Cheers to Saturday Night Live for getting the most out of guest host Miley Cyrus.
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Despite her dual role on Hannah Montana, she's not the world's most versatile actress — that's one of the running gags in SNL's "Miley Cyrus Show" sketch, with Vanessa Bayer as the always overly effusive pop star. So NBC's venerable skitcom carefully cast her in roles she could handle: herself (defending her reputation in a self-aware opening number, "Sorry That I'm Not Perfect," teaching kids how to overact for the Disney Channel and stepping in for fellow Disney ...
Miley Cyrus didn't hold back on Saturday Night Live. Whether it was the leaked video showing her smoking salvia or her racy Vanity Fair photo shoot, Cyrus used the evening as an opportunity to mock her "bad deeds."
In The Miley Cyrus Show sketch, the actual Hannah Montana star appeared as a guest — Justin Bieber. Besides poking fun at his frequent winks and his...
The Defenders (Friday, 8/7c, CBS)
One week before she begins a limited run on Broadway — and let's hope HBO or somebody records THAT show! — the irrepressible Kathy Griffin goes to Las Vegas in a guest shot on this struggling courtroom drama. She is cast to type as a brash insult comic sued for offending one of her audience victims (What, Joan Rivers was busy?) In the subplot, the son of a hotel owner turns to buddy lawyers Nick and Pete for help after he wakes up to find a casino host strangled in a hot tub. What are the odds he's guilty? ...
Wondering what the real Miley Cyrus thinks of Saturday Night Live's "Miley Cyrus Show" sketch, in which Vanessa Bayer spoofs the teen pop star? "It's pretty cool," Cyrus jokes to TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison on the Grammys red carpet. "It's hilarious ... I'm obsessed with it and think it's so funny."
Plus: Cyrus clears up those rumors about playing the young Carrie Bradshaw in a Sex In the City prequel.
Watch the full interview after the jump.
Miley Cyrus will host Saturday Night Live for the first time on March 5, People reports.
Miley Cyrus, Big Time Rush and Bieber lead Kids' Choice Awards nominations
The 18-year-old singer-actress, who recently completed the film So Undercover, will focus solely on ...
Jeff Bridges returned to host Saturday Night Live, noting it was the first time since 1983. Bridges, who received a SAG nomination for his performance in the latest Coen brothers movie, True Grit, used the monologue to poke fun at his role in an earlier Coen brothers film: The Dude, from The Big Lebowski.
Though Bridges denied any similarities, even the Cookie Monster from Sesame Street joined him on stage and called him The Dude. Bridges and the Cookie Monster — who had...