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Saturday Night Live performer Pete Davidson was just 7 years old when his firefighter father was killed in the terrorist attacks on 9/11, and the comedian posted a moving series of tweets about his late father Friday, on the 14th anniversary of his death.
Who could have ever guessed that Justin Timberlake would have gone from the gel-haired frontman of 'NSYNC to the suave, comic frontman of our hearts?
Months after Tracy Morgan settled his civil lawsuit against Walmart stemming from last year's deadly highway wreck, the man driving a truck for the retail giant wants criminal charges against him dropped, too.
Saturday Night Live is getting a new, fresh face.
Jon Rudnitsky, a 25-year-old stand-up comedian from New Jersey, will join the cast of the NBC show for season 41, according to Variety.
NBC said in a statement that Rudnitsky, who appeared in the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal this year, will join the sketch comedy show as a featured player, NBC News reports.
Sidesplitting sketch comedy and laugh-a-minute films have made Kristen Wiig a Hollywood powerhouse.
The Saturday Night Live vet and Oscar nominee turns 42 today. The range of instantly quotable characters from her hilarious body of work – including a mischievous student, a baker whose friend's wedding leads to major mix-ups and a Disney princess gone wrong – proves that her last four decades have been well spent.
While the actress is busy filming the Ghostbusters reboot in Boston, we're taking a look back at her most memorable contributions to the world.
Wiig's "on the clock and ready to rock" SNL character quickly became a favorite for fans of the classic variety show.
Preheat your ovens and prep your vegetables: It's time to get cooking!
We're mixing up a small-screen feast in honor of the return of Young & Hungry. One of our most reliable sources of dinner inspiration (witness: Emily Osment's millennial food blogger Gabi effortlessly whipping up breakfast, lunch and dinner while also juggling her messy personal life), the ABC Family sitcom is just the latest in a long line of cooking scenes on television.
Below, we satisfy our cravings with some of our favorite TV culinary moments ever. Think of them as an amuse-bouche, if you will …
Kate McKinnon came into her own this past year on Saturday Night Live, and one of the biggest moments of her Emmy-nominated past season had to be her eerily spot-on impression of Justin Bieber in a parody of the singer's Calvin Klein commercial.
Kids at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center in Boston knew the Ghostbusters reboot was filming nearby, and recently put up signs in the widows that spelled out, "Who ya gonna call?"
Cecily Strong delights in watching the antics of reality television personalities just as much as she enjoys skewering them on Saturday Night Live.
"That's my whole world," she said jokingly to PEOPLE on Tuesday night at the premiere of Staten Island Summer, her costar Colin Jost's Netflix-bound comedy in which she plays a lifeguard.
Strong rattled off an impressive list of the reality shows and channels she tunes in to.