It’s been six long years since Lindsay Lohan hosted ‘Saturday Night Live,’ and it seems as though she’s trying to reclaim some of her former glory from before the days of court-ordered community service. That’s probably why for her fourth time as the host this weekend the ‘SNL’ cast put some precautionary measures in place to make sure she didn’t – how should we say? – fall off the wagon.
The 2012 Oscars was Emma Stone’s first time presenting an award and she was super excited. (We’re letting you know just in case you didn’t already get that from her bit.) You know who wasn’t revved up at all, though? Her co-presenter Ben Stiller.
You know you’re getting older when it seems like nobody on Twitter knows who Billy Crystal is. Yeah, you read that right. Loads of people (and by people we mean out-of-touch teens) took to the Twittersphere after seeing the opening of the 2012 Oscars with utter confusion as to who the iconic actor is.
We all knew Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy were hitting the 2012 Oscars red carpet, but what most weren’t expecting was a surprise duet. But it wasn’t between these two ‘Muppet’ love birds. Instead, Kermit joined up with ‘Glee’s’ Darren Criss for a stirring rendition of ‘Rainbow Connection.’
This year’s NBA Slam Dunk Contest saw a lot of firsts, including Jeremy Evans making the winning drunk by leaping over Kevin Hart. The comedian had bustled onto the court dressed as a stuttering mailman with a package for Evans.
Thanks to Zooey Deschanel and ‘Saturday Night Live,’ we now finally have a song worthy to be the theme for Valentine’s Day. Sure there are all those classic ballads from the ’80s and ’90s, but there’s none quite like the one Deschanel performed during her opening monologue on Saturday that truly sums up what the day of love is all about.
Obviously M.I.A. giving the middle finger to everyone watching the Super Bowl was just as horrendous as Janet Jackson’s infamous nip slip. That’s why Zooey Deschanel had to promote her new group called One Finger, A Million Moms on ‘Piers Morgan Tonight’ via ‘Saturday Night Live.’
Whitney Houston‘s death came as a huge shock to everyone, including the folks at ‘Saturday Night Live.’ With such little time after the announcement on Saturday to pay tribute to the legendary artist, NBC was still able to set a side a moment of silence to remember Houston and all her contributions.
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