Kanye West‘s latest wild instances on Twitter and TMZ had been centre stage on Saturday Night Live this week, which spoofed John Krasinski‘s hit horror movie A Quiet Place. In the digital quick, a gaggle of individuals are seen quietly transferring by way of a cornfield earlier than we see
It took some time for Saturday Night Live to lastly embody Stormy Daniels in certainly one of its skits lampooning goings-on on the Trump administration, however when it occurred, there was no want for a visitor star to play the half. Instead, Daniels herself did the honours in a skit
Canadian film producer Thomas Logan, performed by Bill Hader, can’t be sorry sufficient for his position in making a Canadian #MeToo second on this week’s episode of Saturday Night Live. Here’s how the skit went down. READ MORE: SNL’s Rex Tillerson calls Trump a moron as Jeff Sessions laments Andrew
If last Monday’s The Bachelor finale and the ongoing investigation into Russian election meddling have anything in common, it is that both events have been steeped in high drama and intrigue, and on Saturday, the two came together in hilarious fashion in the form of Saturday Night Live‘s cold open.
Saturday Night Live returned to Global TV screens this Saturday after taking a hiatus during the 2018 Winter Olympics, with Alec Baldwin shaking off his recent Twitter spat with U.S. President Donald Trump to assume his famous impersonation of the president yet again. READ MORE: Donald Trump lashes out at ‘Alex’
This week’s Saturday Night Live turned back the clock by taking a look at how Melania Trump prepared for U.S. President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday. A nod was given to the fact that Melania Trump (portrayed by Cecily Strong) took a separate car to her
It’s no secret that U.S. President Donald Trump isn’t a fan of the mainstream news media, but he has never been shy to express his admiration for Fox News, particularly its daily morning show Fox & Friends, which is seen by many as granting particularly favourable coverage of the president.
Over the last year, Saturday Night Live viewers will have grown accustomed to the show’s cold opens being dominated by skits mocking the president of the United States, and this week’s show continued that theme — albeit with one minor difference. Rather than ride on Alec Baldwin‘s bluster-filled Donald Trump impersonations,
This week’s Saturday Night Live cold open didn’t feature Alec Baldwin’s famous impersonation of President Donald Trump, but revolved around Trump’s physical and mental health in the wake of his recent physical exam. The issue was addressed by Trump’s personal physician Ronny Jackson, played by Beck Bennett, in a press
Saturday Night Live continued its festive themes this week with an opening skit beginning with a White House Christmas address from U.S. President Donald Trump, played by Alec Baldwin, and First Lady Melania Trump. The cold open begins with Melania wishing viewers a Merry Christmas, with Baldwin’s Trump pointing out