While Alicia is out getting married, Sara Schaefer will take over as host for the next few days. You may know her from “Nikki and Sara Live” on MTV, “@Midnight” on Comedy Central, or, most likely, from her primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media – in the non-fiction category.
Anyway, this past weekend “Saturday Night Live” turned 40 years old and aired an anniversary bash on NBC – accompanied by an hour-long red carpet pre-show. Things got interesting on the red carpet, which included stars like Jim Carrey, who, by the way, is looking increasingly attractive as he ages.
Sunday’s show was marked by memorable moments, from Bradley Cooper making out with Betty White to Steve Martin killing it to Jerry Seinfeld doing a comedic Q&A segment with the audience. The entire show was packed with surprises. And speaking of surprises, Eddie Murphy was introduced by Chris Rock only to … throw to commercial. That’s it. That’s all he did.
And, to wrap things up, Kanye West came out and delivered a stellar performance with Sia. And while Twitter seems to constantly throw shade at Kanye, we’re here to say that Kanye has quite a few positive attributes that make him a phenomenal artist in our books.