Internet sensation Lana Del Rey caused another Internet sensation of her own this weekend following her ‘Saturday Night Live’ debut. The Twitterverse was in a frenzy over her performance, with famous detractors and fan defenders alike throwing in their two cents about the sleepy-eyed songstress.
After making a splash on youtube with their ‘Look At Me Now‘ cover, Karmin will be crashing urrybody’s party on ‘Saturday Night Live’. The Feb. 11 episode, hosted by Zooey Deschanel, will feature a live performance from the hip-pop newcomers.
Many were shocked and excited to hear that Lana Del Rey — the singer with a tremendous internet following, but no actual album to hock — was the musical guest for ‘Saturday Night Live.’ You know who wasn’t, though? Juliette Lewis and tons of other people on Twitter.
Clearly, the good people behind the Golden Globes just couldn’t get enough of Ricky Gervais‘ antics and mud-slinging comedy since they’ve asked him back for more. ‘Saturday Night Live‘ seems assured of his impending success on Sunday that it’s booked him up solid with similar hosting gigs… well, not really similar.
Now that the ‘Harry Potter’ film series has ended after an eight movie run, Daniel Radcliffe is a boy wizard no more. And while the 22-year old does have a fairly successful dramatic stage career to fall back on, the world will get to see if he can also do comedy when he hosts ‘Saturday Night Live’ this weekend.
Justin Timberlake teamed up with Andy Samberg on this weekend's "Saturday Night Live" season finale for another riotous Digital Short. The duo reprised their much-loved Color Me Badd satire, following up 2008's "D**k in a Box" and 2009's "Motherlover" with a slow jam called "3-Way (The Golden Rule)." In the video,
Sure, it won her an Emmy and made her more famous than ever before, but two and a half years later, did Tina Fey's dead-on impersonation of Sarah Palin hurt her in the long run? According to Fey, you betcha.
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