“Saturday Night Live” staple Bill Hader announced this week he was leaving the late-night sketch show that put him on map, and in Saturday’s season finale, Hader said goodbye in Stefon-style.
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“Saturday Night Live” funnyman Bill Hader is off to seek greener pastures. The comedian is exiting the show after eight seasons and plenty of laughs (thanks to Stefon, Herb Welch and his impressions of James Carville, Al Pacino and Clint Eastwood).New York Times. “It got to a point where I said, ‘Maybe it’s just time to go.’”
Bill Hader had a little fun at Clint Eastwood’s expense on “Saturday Night Live,” spoofing the actor’s Republican National Convention speech.
Volkswagen of America, Inc. has signed up "Saturday Night Live's" Bill Hader as the star of their series of humorous and informative webisodes.
In the series titled "Inside the VW Academy," Hader is paired with trained Volkswagen product specialist Danielle Gumro, as they talk about the product features. The funnyman quipped, "I was excited to get to work with the elusive Danielle Gumro. But I was bummed I couldn't keep my wardrobe from the shoot."
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"Extra's" Mario Lopez got a shout-out on last weekend's "Saturday Night Live."
In a skit called "Hollywood Dish," Taylor Swift is interviewed by Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader. Swift's quotes are later spliced hilariously together before Wiig and Hader tease their next segment: "Plus, Mario Lopez shows us how you can get his abs on your dog!"
Taylor Swift has fallen hard for outcast Phillip Frank.
The country singer, 19, spoofed "Twilight" during her stint on "Saturday Night Live" last night, where she stars as a heroine who falls for Frankenstein Phillip Frank.
In "Firelight," Swift's character (based on Kristen Stewart's Bella Swan) is intrigued by Bill Hader's Phillip Frank (based on Robert Pattinson's Edward Cullen). The unlikely duo falls in love, despite Phillip's urges to choke Taylor and his aversion to fire light.
Swift also poked fun at the criticism Kristen Stewart has gotten for biting her lip while acting -- Taylor chewed on her lips throughout the entire short.
Before performing live in New York City last night, Taylor wrote on her Twitter, "SNL is about to happen. Wow. I'm excited. And happy. And nervous. And excited." Swift's appearance on the comedy show marked her first visit as the host, and second as the musical guest.
"The Twilight Saga: New Moon" opens in theatres November 20.
Taylor Swift is the host and musical guest on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend -- and she hasn't forgotten the Video Music Awards incident with Kanye West.
At the September VMAs, West interrupted Swift by grabbing the mic from her, interrupting her acceptance speech, and declared Beyoncé had the best video and should have won Best Female Video.
In a promo that began airing Tuesday, Swift and and "SNL" cast member Bill Hader poked fun at the VMA drama. The 19-year-old announces she will be on the sketch show this weekend while Hader stands by her side on the phone. He gets off his cell and says, "Whoops, Kanye West just called. He thinks Beyoncé should host instead."