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Move over, Taylor – there's a new squad in town.
The force is not with any of these celebrities.
If you're not ready to deal with your relatives discussing their politically incorrect opinions at the Thanksgiving dinner table, Adele's got your back.
Adele delivered another knockout live performance of her new song "When We Were Young" when she appeared on Saturday Night Live this weekend.
The real star of Adele's "Hello" music video just can't stay out of the spotlight.
In a short promo for this week's episode of Saturday Night Live, host Matthew McConaughey receives a call on an outdated flip phone that bears a striking resemblance to the one in musical guest Adele's emotional video.
The caller evidently asks to speak to Adele, so McConaughey obligingly hands over the phone. Adele answers with her usual "Hello."
"It's always for Adele!" SNL star Cecily Strong cries in dismay.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are coming back to Saturday Night Live!
The hilarious duo has been booked to wrap up three back-to-back episodes as SNL concludes its fall season on Dec. 19, NBC announced on Tuesday.
"Is this an Uber for Jen?"
Dressed in black, standing alone on the center of the stage, Saturday Night Live's Cecily Strong delivered a single, powerful message at the start of this weekend's episode for the people of Paris, in the wake of Friday's devastating attacks.