For four decades, viewers have looked forward to the weekly does of “Saturday Night Live” humor, and this weekend the beloved sketch comedy program celebrated its 40th anniversary with so many memorable moments.
This year, “Saturday Night Live” celebrates its 40th anniversary and in honor of the milestone the current cast is featured on the front of Gotham Magazine's latest issue.
In the cover story, Cecily Strong discusses her idols Amy Poehler and Tina Fey- “I feel like a jerk that you would even put my name with theirs. A lot of my heroes have been on this show, and I’d say that it’s very humbling.”
He got his start on the SNL state and now Eddie Murphy will make a special appearance during the show’s 40th Anniversary special on February 15th.
The “Nutty Professor” star told News One Now, "It just never worked out where the timing was right for me to do it. They're having a 40th anniversary ... I'm going to that. And that will be the first time I've been back since I left."
While wearing a white a-shirt and playing the drums, McKinnon pouted for the camera while primping and flexing up a storm. Kate asked, “Are my muscles cute?” and blurted out silly statements like, “Yo! All this underwear is making me tired,” and “Yeah, my pee pee’s in there!”
The “American Hustle” hottie will be promoting her new movie “Big Eyes,” though she’s really looking forward to hanging out with British boy band One Direction. First, Killam seems a “little sour” because he “auditioned for One Direction and did not get it. It’s a bit awkward when we cross paths now.”