Last night’s Saturday Night Live 40-year anniversary special could have moved the most soulless human to tears within seconds of witnessing Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake’s opening rap. A showcase of some of the greatest cast members, hosts, and musical performers to ever hop on stage in Studio 8H, it was a fittingly sincere tribute to an indelible part of pop culture. If you missed the live broadcast, you can relive some of the best moments right here. Get ready for all the feels.
Jimmy Fallon‘s lip sync battle on the special post-Super Bowl XLIX edition of The Tonight Show put Katy Perry‘s unsurprisingly tacky halftime performance to shame. No sharks were harmed in the process of making these performances epic.
Over the past 40 years, Saturday Night Live has introduced some of the most memorable and hilarious characters to ever grace a television set, some of which VH1 Classic will begin revisiting today with its “SNL Rewind: 2015-1975 Mega Marathon.” From Chris Kattan‘s Mango to Kenan Thompson‘s DeAndre “What’s Up With That?” Cole, simply narrowing down a list of favorites is not an easy task.
Will Ferrell threw a basketball at a cheerleader’s face, Lindsay Lohan was hospitalized due to a rare virus, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel reportedly learn their baby’s sex, and more celebrity news.
Election Day is the perfect time to reflect on our nation’s history. And depending on how your candidates do in their races, it’s also when you’ll be celebrating with or drowning your sorrows in alcohol. Luckily, there’s a way to brush up on the U.S.’s past and get your buzz on: Comedy Central’s Drunk History!
Will Ferrell‘s news will make your day, a new CoverGirl ad takes over social media, Sons of Anarchy ratings break records, and more of today’s First Dibs.
Are you up to challenging Will Ferrell in a video game showdown? For those brave souls who are, there’s only one condition: You have to open your wallets.
Nudity on-screen is no new thing, obviously. Way back in 1934, Tarzan and His Mate engaged in a very lusty, full-on naked swim, which shocked Depression era audiences everywhere. But that’s the thing, nudity in movies is usually about sex. Not so when comedic actors do it. Read more…
Let’s be real, colleges across the country score major points when they choose celebrities to send young graduates out into the real world. While we’re all used to seeing some of the most august public figures around take podiums at prestigious universities, we’re making a point to highlight stars who’ve given speeches when they were only 35 or younger.
Nearly 10 years ago the world was introduced to a stately San Di-ago news anchor who prefers the aroma of rich mahogany and has a healthy taste for scotch (scotchy scotch scotch). Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy was released on July 9, 2004, proving that Saturday Night Live alum Will Ferrell could carry a movie, and modern moviegoers enjoy fight sequences that reference West Side Story.