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“I think the White House Correspondents’ people will probably not ask me to do Trump if I had to bet,” Baldwin told the Associated Press on Monday. “I wouldn’t be surprised if they determined that me doing that there is not in their interests.”
“Saturday Night Live” took a departure with its cold open this week, taking us out of the Trump White House – and into the universe of the 1994 movie “Forrest Gump.” Instead of Tom Hanks, it was Attorney General Jeff Sessions (Kate McKinnon) at the bus stop, eating chocolates and confiding in strangers about a rather momentous week. “I’m the attorney general of the whole United States,” Sessions said, introducing himself to a woman (Leslie Jones) in Gump’s pronounced Southern drawl. “He shook my hand like this,” Sessions added, before imitating President Donald Trump’s forceful (and oft-discussed) handshake.
After saying she’d like to play President Donald Trump’s controversial adviser Steve Bannon on “Saturday Night Live,” comedienne Rosie O’Donnell has apparently changed her Twitter profile picture to make herself look like him.
On her Twitter feed Monday night, Rosie O’Donnell responded to suggestions that she play Steve Bannon by saying “available – if called I will serve.”
It looks like Sean Spicer thinks Melissa McCarthy’s impression of him needs a little work.
Melissa McCarthy lampooned White House press secretary Sean Spicer in a “Saturday Night Live” sketch where she taunted reporters as “losers,” fired a water gun at the press corps and even used the lectern to ram a Wall Street Journal journalist.
A “Saturday Night Live” writer has been suspended indefinitely after tweeting a poorly received joke about Donald Trump’s 10-year-old youngest son, Barron.
We may be in for four years of comedy critiques from the president of the United States. Prior to the election, Donald Trump tweeted that Alec Baldwin’s “Saturday Night Live” impersonation of him “stinks,” and that the show is “boring,” “unfunny” and evidence of “media rigging” the election.
We may be in for four years of comedy critiques from the president of the United States.
“Saturday Night Live” has made a YUGE decision: It has chosen Alec Baldwin to impersonate GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Pressure continued to mount on NBC to cancel Donald Trump’s guest-host appearance on this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live” as a coalition of advocacy groups delivered petitions to the network Wednesday calling for him to be dropped from the show.
BROOKLYN, Mich. – Jeff Gordon once hosted “Saturday Night Live.” That might be hard to believe, a NASCAR driver as a front man for a pop-culture institution. But Gordon was everywhere then, when hosting “SNL” meant you’d made it, when stepping from NASCAR’s insular world into a wider swath of Americana didn’t seem as far-fetched as it does now.