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He’s seen a ton of celebrities come through the halls of “Saturday Night Live” over the years, and Bill Hader told Howard Stern he’s a huge fan of one in particular.
The hilarious comic, who just left SNL, said that Justin Timberlake was the epitome of a talented, gracious star.
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Joining the ranks of the Five Timers Club, Ben Affleck hosted the season finale of "Saturday Night Live" (May 18), while Kanye West provided the musical entertainment for the evening's show.
In preparation for their small screen performance this weekend, Ben Affleck and Kanye West are featured in a new promo for "Saturday Night Live."
In the clip, the "Argo" actor is joined by the "Gold-digger" rapper as well as "SNL" star Fred Armisen as the trio banter back and forth about beat boxing and who won awards in the business.
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He was just announced as the new host of "Late Night," but Seth Meyers dished that he isn't quite ready to give up his "Saturday Night Live" gig.
On Thursday (May 16), the 39-year-old funny man made an appearance on the "Today" show where he told host Matt Lauer he's going to be pulling double duty for awhile.
He’s never had any trouble finding words to express his feelings, and it seems Kanye West is fed up with being hounded by shutterbugs everywhere he goes.
During his gig with the Adult Swim upfronts at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City last night, the “No Church in the Wild” rapper took the opportunity to vent to the crowd.
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It’s going to be an extra special season finale of “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, as Ben Affleck will be coming to serve as the host of the evening.
The “Good Will Hunting” hunk is featured in a series of promotional clips along with cast member Bill Hader, who will be leaving the show at the conclusion of the season.
He’s been cracking audiences up since 2005, but sadly Bill Hader has decided he’ll retire from “Saturday Night Live” this season.
The “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” star just made the announcement, and his final episode will be on next Saturday’s season finale.
Returning to the stage she called home for seven years, Kristen Wiig will host Saturday Night Live on May 11th.
Nearly a year after leaving the show to pursue a movie career, the 39-year-old funny lady will appear along with musical guest Vampire Weekend.