Saturday Night Live welcomed Drake this weekend as host and musical guest on its first offering of 2014 and also gave new cast member Sasheer Zamata a chance to shine — even though the episode certainly wasn't one of the better installments from this season.
Despite his recent musical success, the Degrassi alum proved he's still got more than a few acting chops to show off, gamely doing impressions of everyone from Lil' Wayne to a dorky dad at a slumber party. Check out some of the highlights from the episode below:
Dennis Rodman has checked into a rehab facility for alcohol addiction,TMZ reports.
According to sources close to the former NBA player, he entered a treatment center several days ago following his most recent trip to North Korea. It was there Rodman had his now-infamous meltdown on CNN —something he blames on alcohol.
Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman
Is Mike about to get Litt up?
On Suits' midseason finale, Louis (Rick Hoffman) discovered that Mike (Patrick J. Adams) did not have a folder in the firm's employee files, and judging by the sizzling ...
Madonna has apologized for calling her son a racial slur on Instagram.
"I am sorry if I offended anyone with my use of the N word on Instagram," Madonna said in a statement on Instagram. "It was not meant as a racial slur. I am not a racist. There's no way to defend the use of the word."
Juan Pablo Galavis
After coming under fire for saying there shouldn't be a gay or bisexual Bachelor star because it'd be "too hard too watch," Juan Pablo Galavis posted an apology on Facebook Saturday, blaming the language barrier for any alleged anti-gay remarks.
The Venezuelan football player and current Bachelor clarified that he didn't mean to say gay people were "more pervert," but that he meant they're just "too racy" to be on television.
After watching his former Rescue Me co-stars like Callie Thorne and Daniel Sunjata flock to USA for their follow-up projects, Denis Leary said it was a no-brainer to team up with the cable network for his new comedy, Sirens.
"Thank God USA loved Rescue Me because now I can make some money off ...
NBC headed into midseason last year with plenty of momentum — only to see its fortunes collapse as The Voice took a winter nap and new hit Revolution went on hiatus.
Lesson learned. Not taking this fall's solid ratings for granted, NBC will bring its new smash, The Blacklist, back in January before taking a break for the Olympics. And the Winter Games will provide a ratings boost as well as a broad platform on which to market the network's upcoming series.