With everything that’s been going on in Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Solange‘s world over this past week, it’s no wonder they’re absolutely everywhere (more than usual), and even though they already put out a statement asking everyone to move on from Elevatorgate 2014, we still want to know what REALLY happened. And now we do.
The trio stopped by Saturday Night Live this weekend to reveal the truth behind the drama – and turns out, it was just a silly misunderstanding over an unwieldy spider.
LOL to that. In all seriousness, I really hope we can move on from this now that all the obligatory jokes have been made. And on a more “serious” note, here’s a fake movie trailer/real promo trailer for Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s upcoming summer On the Run tour:
May 19, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jennifer
It took me a while, but I really like Anna Kendrick now. I think she’s a great actress who seems really down-to-earth (follow her on Twitter – she’s hilarious!) and just really likeable. That being said, I wasn’t sure what to expect from her Saturday Night Live hosting gig on Saturday and I’m still not sure how I feel about it even after watching.
It was… good. Some parts were funnier than others, but that’s down more to the writing than anything she did. I think the ‘Dongs Around the World’ video was probably the most clever. SNL does digital shorts of sorts like this really well, and this is just as good as the previous video about having sex in your childhood bed. Hilarious!
What did you think of the episode?
April 7, 2014 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
Saturday Night Live has been criticized lately for not having any black female comedians on their show. They hired 6 new comedians for the new season, all white, most male. They really need as many white dudes as possible so they can continue to do stuff like this. No, but seriously, it’s pretty ridiculous that there hasn’t been a woman of color in the cast since Maya Rudolph left in 2007. And before her, there were only 3 black female cast members throughout the history of SNL: Yvonne Huson, Danitra Vance and Ellen Cleghorne. That’s pretty pitiful and ridiculous (yes, I’m using that word again, I can think of none better) for a show that’s been on since 1975.
So, producers/executives held “secret” auditions for black female comedians only, at the legendary Groundlings imrpov theater in Los Angeles. It would have been secret but some women (above) tweeted and Instagrammed about it. Yeah, and I’m sure the producers are reeeeeeal mad that this was leaked.
According to Entertainment Weekly, this whole thing was kind of haphazardly thrown together:
Actress Bresha Webb …: “The audition came about from an inside source from SNL. I don’t think any of us had a clue about the showcase until two days prior.”
It’s a little late to pat SNL on the back for this…or is it?
Let’s see if they actually hire anyone.
December 13, 2013 at 5:30 am by Catherine St. Ives
This is sort of obligatory posting at this point. On Saturday Night Live this week, Paul Rudd was hosting with One Direction serving as musical guest and since Paul is promoting Anchorman 2 at the moment, the rest of the cast – including Will Ferrell – joined him at one point and then One Direction joined them and they all sang ‘Afternoon Delight’ together.
It was a nice little stunt, sure, and I bet there were people who ate it up, but I just found it all… a little boring and not at all exciting like they hoped it’d be. It certainly didn’t make me want to see the movie any more than I did before (which, I’ll probably see it when it’s out to rent/download, because I did love the first one), but who knows. Maybe all the One Direction fans will be flocking to the theatres now.
December 9, 2013 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
Lady GaGa is both host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live tonight, and while I probably won’t watch because HOLY SHIT has that show gotten really, really unfunny, I am a bit curious to see how weird she’s going to be.
Here’s what she told Access Hollywood about her big moment:
“I’ve been waiting for this moment my whole life. I’ve been rehearsing my SNL hosting performance since I was 4, so I’m okay.”
“I actually told [the writers] to push it. I told them to have a good time and not be worried about me being offended or not liking anything. So they really went for it.”
She’d be in pretty big trouble if she was easily offended, because there’s just SO MUCH to make fun of. I would say it’s great that she doesn’t take herself so seriously, but we all know that’s not the case…
Will you be watching tonight (or catching up on Hulu tomorrow)? Here’s her promo…
November 16, 2013 at 10:30 am by Jennifer
Tina Fey is gonna host the 39th premiere of Saturday Night Live. According to many sources, the Daily News being one of them, Ms. Fey will host the show on September 28 with musical guest Arcade Fire. Arcade Fire has their first new song out in almost 2 years and it features one Mr. David Bowie singing in the background (Entertainment Weekly).
SOME VERY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS HERE:
– Do you still watch SNL?
– Will you watch Tina Fey’s new show?
– Which era of David Bowie is your favorite?
– What do you like to eat on your pasta?