Saturday Night Live
“Enjoy the presents while you can, ’cause next year you might get a bomb from Iran.”
Double dare ya.
“For white people, it was just another great week. They never saw it coming. They had no warning…”
The Kiwi pop songstress says she has never & will never.
We have officially reached peak Trump.
Get ready for mutton chops and handlebar mo’s to be hip again, jive turkeys, because funnymen Bill Hader and Fred Armisen’s fake band, The Blue Jean Committee are back and shit is about to get real. Literally. The (fictitiously) iconic 70’s folk rockers, who got their start the same way that the majority of today’s
The man of a thousand headlines, Kanye West, took the stage as one of many musical guests for Saturday Night Live‘s 40th anniversary special where he played a trio of songs, one of which featured Sia and Vic Mensa. The performance kicked off with Kanye laying on his back under a white-lit ceiling rapping Jesus
Adelaide-born singer-songwriter Sia made a rare television appearance over the weekend as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, performing two tracks from her latest album 1000 Forms Of Fear. With a mask partially hiding her face, Sia performed Elastic Heart and Chandelier, backed by dancers and even a mime. First up, Sia’s performance of
French dance rockers Phoenix made their second appearance on Saturday Night Live in New York over the weekend and gave us all a taste of 2 brand-new songs, Trying To Be Cool and Drakkar Noir, from their upcoming fifth studio album, Bankrupt!. The quartet brought their charming brand of hipster rock back across the Atlantic,
A 15-second commercial containing what is believed to be new music from Daft Punk aired unexpectedly during Saturday Night Live in the USA overnight. As reported by Pitchfork, the ad went something like this: some funky background music, a glittery Daft Punk logo, followed by the image from their recent announcement of announcing a new
Those jokesters Lonely Island have returned to Saturday Night Live, like a boss, to drop their new SNL Digital Short titled YOLO (You Only Live Once). As reported by The Huffington Post, YOLO marks the first clip from Lonely Island since Andy Samberg’s departure from SNL last May. Samberg and Lonely Island’s return to SNL
Mick Jagger will host tonight’s edition of Saturday Night Live in the USA – and there’s talk he might play a track or two with guests Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire.
Gotye has had one hell of a few months since he released his smash hit single ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ in July. Since then, he has had over 160 million hits on YouTube, and scored a slot on this year’s Coachella Festival.