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Saturday Night Live
Andy Samberg recently announced his departure from Saturday Night Live after completing seven seasons. Samberg is leaving the big bad city of Manhattan to join the BBC. Yes, the one in England.
It’s been a spectacular year for the British monarchy from a public standpoint, but it also appears, as far as outsiders can tell, that it’s been an incredibly successful year for the personal lives of royals as well.
We already knew she wouldn’t spoof the Queen, but Dame Helen Mirren certainly proved her sharp comedic versatility on Saturday Night Live over the weekend. And nothing was off limits.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on April 4th, 2011
“The b**** it back!” an enthusiastic Sir Elton John shouted as he took the Saturday Night Live stage on Saturday night (April 2).
In your guide to what’s British on American TV this week, Cat Deeley guest co-hosts Live with Regis & Kelly, and Starz’s latest period drama, Camelot, launches, and Sir Elton John does double duty on this weekend’s ...
Just a month after that scallywag Russell Brand hosted a well-received episode, a Knight and a Dame will MC Saturday Night Live over the course of two successive weeks. Sir Elton John will host and perform (alongside his collaborator ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on February 28th, 2011
For nearly two decades, Sir Elton John‘s annual Oscar bash has raised millions of dollars in support of the Elton John AIDS Foundation. And at Sunday night’s (February 27) auction at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on February 14th, 2011
A day before jetting off to Los Angeles to join his wife Katy Perry at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 13), Russell Brand paid a visit to Saturday Night Live. And the 35-year-old comedian did not disappoint in spoofing ...
We can never get enough of Russell Brand. And in 2011, the 35-year-old British comedian will certainly create quite the cackle on the silver screen with upcoming roles in Arthur and this April’s Hop.