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'Saturday Night Live': Megan Thee Stallion Makes Hosting Debut, Intentionally Avoids Addressing Burglary News
Megan Thee Stallion took the stage in her hosting debut over the weekend, and delivered a fun, confident monologue that intentionally teased, but avoided, the elephant in the room.Megan walked out into the spotlight in Studio 8H rocking a black, semi-sheer ensemble and a bright smile and lit up the room with her enthusiastic charisma.However, the news of her home in Los Angeles getting broken into while she was in New York preparing for the show hung in the air as many waited to see if she would address the news in her opener.«I do pride myself on being an open book,» Megan said, toward the end of her monologue. «So with that being said, I would like to address a certain incident that I'm sure is on everybody's mind.»After a well-delivered dramatic pause, Megan shared, «No, I do not know why Popeyes took the Hottie Sauce off the menu.»«And hotties, if you want the sauce back, you gotta take that up with the Popeyes lady, not me! Alright?» She added with a laugh, before kicking off the show.Megan Thee Stallion’s Monologue! #stallionnightlivepic.twitter.com/pDji7Z1S37Two men broke into Megan's Los Angeles home on Thursday, TMZ first reported. Law enforcement sources told the outlet that took more than $300,000 in jewelry, cash and electronics.Megan took to Twitter on Friday to address the news, writing, «Material things can be replaced but I’m glad everyone is safe.»«Hotties I'm really sorry but after SNL I really gotta take a break,» she tweeted on Friday, just minutes after addressing the break in.
Adam Sandler - Geena Davis - Seth Green - Bill Murray - Rob Schneider - Seth Green claims Bill Murray dropped him in a rubbish bin aged nine: “I was horrified” - nme.com - city Sandler - Austin, county Power - county Power
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Seth Green claims Bill Murray dropped him in a rubbish bin aged nine: “I was horrified”
Saturday Night Live (SNL) when he was nine years old.Green claims that Murray was so incensed by him sitting on the arm rest of “his chair” backstage and the child’s refusal to move that he “picked me up by my ankles” and dropped him into a trash can outside.The Austin Powers actor is the latest to accuse Murray of inappropriate behaviour after Geena Davis made claims of a “bad” experience with him while filming 1990’s Quick Change.Since then, a report confirming that Murray reached a monetary settlement with a female accuser whom he was physically inappropriate with on the set of the currently suspended film Being Mortal has been released, and Rob Schneider has also alleged that Murray “hated” various SNL cast members, specifically Chris Farley and Adam Sandler.On a recent episode of the Good Mythical Morning YouTube show, Green accused Murray of placing him upside down in a trash can – a move that left him in tears.“When I was nine years old, I did a spot on Saturday Night Live when Mary Gross was one of the on-the-scene anchor people for the news, and she did a whole thing about what kids think about the Christmas holiday,” Green said, adding that he passed time backstage by watching television. Murray was the host of that particular SNL episode.“[Murray] saw me sitting on the arm of this chair and made a big fuss about me being in his seat,” Green said.
Jon Hamm - Chris Redd - Miles Teller - Kenan Thompson - Melissa Villaseñor - Alex Moffat - 'Saturday Night Live' Kicks Off Season 48 With Help from Miles Teller and Jon Hamm After Cast Shake-Up - etonline.com
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'Saturday Night Live' Kicks Off Season 48 With Help from Miles Teller and Jon Hamm After Cast Shake-Up
has undergone a lot of retooling over the summer — with a lot of castmembers exiting the show and four new actors signing on. So they made sure to address the slew of differences with a self-referential cold-open featuring the night's host,Miles Teller.Teller played Payton Manning, joined by his brother Eli Manning (Andrew Dismukes), as they live-commented on the cold-open sketch, and brutally criticized the sketch.The bit got even more meta when Jon Hamm joined Payton and Eli as a special guest commentator and all three of them got in on the fun of making fun of the cast's gaffes in the sketch-within-a-sketch.At one point, Shawn White showed up for a one-line cameo and Hamm joked, «Well, you know, sometimes they need to bring in a real celebrity when the host isn't that famous… I mean, they couldn't get the star of the big summer movie, like, Tom Cruise or John Hamm, they had to get the costar.»Payton (again, played by Teller, the night's host) indignantly replied, «Well, I heard they rarely put the hosts in cold open, so when they do, it is special.»«Special? Or is it desperate?» Hamm shot back.By using the sketch-within-a-sketch conceit, the show managed to not only poke fun at themselves, they got a chance to introduce all the new castmembers while also ingratiating themselves to new audiences with a bit of self-deprecation.Now only time will tell how the new, remarkably smaller cast will gel over the course of the season.
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Maya Rudolph Says She Was 'So Sad' Leaving 'SNL' But There's 'A Lot Of World Out There' (Exclusive)
Maya Rudolph departed the cast and moved on to other projects and exploring other passions.Now, the actress is looking back at her exit and sharing some insight for the four longtime cast members who ended their tenures earlier this year.Rudolph spoke with ET's Lauren Zima on Wednesday at the premiere of her new Apple TV+ series, held at the DGA Theater Complex in Los Angeles, and she looked back at when she left the long-running sketch comedy series back in 2007.«I was so sad when I left,» Rudolph reflected. «I think it's OK to, like, take that moment, but I also feel like it's nice to see the rest of the world.»In May, Season 47 of SNL came to a close, and bid farewell to longtime cast members Aidy Bryant, Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon and Kyle Mooney.«You sort of forget, when you're in world, [that] there's a lot out there,» Rudolph shared. «And they should go have fun.»Rudolph herself has certainly explored the world outside of in her days since her exit, and now leads a new series, , in which she plays Molly Novak, a billionaire who is in a downward spiral, is trying to rehab her image and embarks on a path of self-realization.One thing about making a show about a billionaire is making sure the show presents the lifestyle realistically within budgetary constraints.«We did a really good job, you know, working within a budget.
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