This Saturday night On Saturday Night Live Kanye West will make his return as the musical performer. In anticipation a promo video for performance has been released. In the promo Kanye wears a band-aid making fun of himself for waling into a street sign.
After rumors were circulating it is now confirmed that Kanye West will appear on Saturday Night Live’s 38th season Finale. The show will be hosted by Ben Affleck which would be his 5th time and Kanye West as musical guest the show will air on May 18th on NBC.
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Last night Justin Timberlake served as both the host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live. The singer performed the singles “Suit & Tie” featuring Jay-Z and “Mirrors” off of his upcoming album, The 20/20 Experience.
Last New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning took the helm performing on Snl check out some of the sketches more below if u missed last night show like i did.
Last night Rihanna was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live. She performed “Birthday Cake,” “Talk That Talk” and “Where Have You Been.”
Birthday Cake after the jump
Check out the promos for this week’s Eli Manning-hosted installment of Saturday Night Live with Rihanna performing. (more…)
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Fox confuses Tina Fey for Sarah Palin
Fox News mistakenly used this image of Tina Fey in character as Palin
Tina Fey’s Sarah Palin impression is uncanny. But one would think that the former Alaska governor’s employer, Fox News, could tell the difference between its political sweetheart and her famed satirical representation. Not so! As Mediaite reports, a Sunday Fox News report, which noted that Palin is “50-50″ on getting into the 2012 presidential field, used an image of Fey instead of Palin.
After the flub was noticed, an internal memo went around to Fox News staff from an understandably irate boss:
Effective immediately, there is zero tolerance for on-screen errors. Mistakes by any member of the show team that end up on air may result in immediate disciplinary action against those who played significant roles in the ‘mistake chain,’ and those who supervise them. That may include warning letters to personnel files, suspensions, and other possible actions up to and including termination, and this will all obviously play a role in performance reviews.