Chevy Chase has reportedly checked into rehab for treatment of what his reps claim is an alcohol abuse problem.
Chase, 72, entered the Hazelden Addiction Treatment Center, aka, The Lodge, located in Minnesota. Publicist Heidi Schaeffer said Monday that Chase is visiting the facility for a “tuneup.”
Chase has had struggles with substances during his career. He checked into the Betty Ford Clinic in the 1980s for treatment for an addiction to prescription painkillers. Continue reading
GOP presidential sensation (and real estate mogul,) Donald Trump will be hosting NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” on November 7, with musical guest, “Chandelier” singer, Sia!
Trump’s comedic appearance will fall almost one year before Election Day, which is on November 8, 2016.
In his 2004 appearance, Trump boasted about being “a ratings machine” and plugged his then-new show Continue reading
SNL‘s Kenan Thompson unloaded on his former mentor, Bill Cosby for the first time while performing at a college on Monday.
Thompson said Cosby has transformed into a “monster,” going on to say, “what it feels like to have someone go from so commonly liked to being a piece of s**t.”
Thompson, who played Fat Albert in the 2004 Cosby-produced film Fat Albert, also reportedly recalled a story from that set, saying, “Cosby pulled me aside and said that after the movie comes out, it’ll be so hard to keep the women off you, you’ll need two dicks.’” Continue reading
Despite Michael Che being one of the driest Weekend SNL Update anchors ever, Bobby Moynihan‘s Riblet skit shined through delivering the night’s winning laugh out loud moments.
Riblet is Che’s friend from high school who shows up unexpectedly (and successfully,) to take over his job at the desk, which now that we think about it, in reality, may not be such a bad idea.
So Lauren Michaels, should we be expecting a Riblet feature in the near future?
Dakota Johnson is getting blasted on social media after appearing in an SNL skit in which the actor happily joins ISIS.
In the “Saturday Night Live” digital short, Johnson is being dropped off at the airport by her father, played by Taran Killam, when instead of hopping a flight, she hops in a Toyota full of terrorists and speeds off guns blazing.
– “I think it’s safe to say I will never watch SNL or any of Dakota Johnson’s movies ever again” Continue reading
The internet is buzzing after Chevy Chase appeared frail on the Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary show.
Chevy could hardly make it down the famous SNL stairs, tripping himself in the process, and then there was his voice, which was noticeably different.
The Vacation star gave an extremely uncomfortable interview with Carson. Continue reading
Kate was endlessly being bullied by her schoolmates for being ‘taller’ than other kids her age, and that prompted her to tell her mom that she wanted to pass on going to her holiday formal, but mom had a better idea, she contacted the 501st Southern Cross Garrison.
So who exactly is the 501st Southern Cross Garrison? They’re a group of badass, do gooders who go around performing dressed as stormtroopers.
Four of the world’s biggest theaters, Regal Entertainment, AMC Entertainment, Cinemark and Cineplex Entertainment have all said they will not show the new Seth Rogen and James Franco flick, The Interview.
The theater companies reportedly dropped “The Interview” over terror threats from hackers in the massive Sony leak.
Those four companies join Carmike Cinemas in canceling plans to screen “The Interview” on Christmas Day. Continue reading
Tracy Morgan‘s lawyer says the comedian is fighting to recover from a severe brain injury suffered in a crash that took the life of his best friend.
Benedict Morelli said Morgan experienced a traumatic brain injury in the crash which occurred June 7 on the New Jersey Turnpike. The actor also suffered a broken leg, nose and ribs.
“He’s fighting to get better, and if there’s a chance for him to be back to the Tracy Morgan he once was, he’s going to try to do that,” Morelli said. Continue reading
A Drink at The White House Cold Open.
Things get real when President Obama (Jay Pharoah) invites future Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Taran Killam) over for a drink at the White House.