NY Knicks player Carmelo Anthony made an appearance on “Saturday Night Live” last night alongside host of the show, Elton John. Anthony channeled his inner funny bone, and wore a wig in one sketch and his warm ups in another. Hilarious! His first sketch was “ESPN Classic: Ladies Shot Put” where he played a female […]

New York Gubernatorial candidate Jimmy McMillan has made headlines with his catch-phrase, "The Rent Is Too Damn High," which is also the name of his political party. This weekend the folks at "SNL" had some fun with the politician!

Kanye West is set to return to Saturday Night Live despite dissing the show and its cast on “Power.” Apparently no one at SNL heard “Power,” or the show’s creator and executive producer Lorne Michaels is too busy cashing checks that Kanye only dreams about.

Rihanna has appeared at the Grammys, MTV Video Music Awards, and American Music Awards, but she finds herself in new company. An “SNL” skit in which she starred has been nominated for an Emmy.

Precious actress Gabourey Sidibe hosted "Saturday Night Live" this weekend. One of the funniest sketches from the show had Sidibe playing a contestant on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire," which featured SNL cast member and Atlanta native Kenan Thompson playing celebrity guest host Steve Harvey!

Actress Gabourey Sidibe is well aware that most people know her from her breakout role in Precious, but she understandably wants to make it clear to people that she’s not her troubled, abused character. What better place to make the distinction than the "Saturday Night Live" stage?

This weekend, Alicia Keys made her musical guest appearance on Saturday Night Live, the first episode of 2010, with Charles Barkley co-hosting and introducing her performances. Watch her drunk dialing sketch here, which seems inspired by her video, “You Don’t Know My Name.”