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Bristol Palin isn't changing the name she picked out for her future daughter just because another celebrity mom used it first—sorry, Kristin Cavallari. Sarah Palin's daughter, who is currently pregnant with her second child, announced her baby girl-to-be's name on Instagram Monday. Bristol, 25, shared a photo of two items baring a "Sailor" monogram—her visual proof, perhaps, that she'd decided on the moniker before Kristin and Jay Cutler announced their little girl's name was Saylor (different spelling). Bristol also posted a caption, which read: "when you find out @kristincavallari named her baby the exact name you are naming yours...what a weird »
Sarah Palin visited Late Night With Seth Meyers to talk Donald Trump, Syrian refugees and Louis C.K. In the interview, Meyers circled back to the Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary special in February where – during a question-and-answer portion – the former Republican vice presidential candidate asked Jerry Seinfeld how much Lorne Michaels would pay her to run for president. She then sweetened the pot so SNL could have more comedic fodder: Donald Trump would be her vice president pick. Fast forward to November and Trump is now the Republican frontrunner.
"[Trump's] not a politician, »
Back in April, Louis C.K. told a touching story about apologizing to Sarah Palin at SNL 40 for a string of vulgar tweets he sent about her back in 2010. On Monday night, Palin told Seth Meyers her side of the story, in which she didn't really know who Louis was and hadn't seen the tweets he was talking about. Still, though, an apology is an apology. Then the conversation turned to the presidential race, which is when Palin said that Donald Trump's candidacy was a sign that America was ready for more "diversity." What a world! »
- Nate Jones
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
It was "Star Wars" night over on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and let's just say the show put their own spin on the film's trailer. Welcome to "Star Wars" as a romantic comedy. Because sometimes the greatest force of all...is love. *weeps*
Jimmy Kimmel also had to deal with a suicidal Chewbacca, who threatened to throw himself off a building until eventually settling his feud with Harrison Ford. Turns out Chewy had an affair with Ford's wife, so file this under #GalaxyFarFarAwayDrama. *Also this clip features "Hello" by Adele, so prepare your eyes accordingly.
- Mehera Bonner
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin stopped by “Late Night With Seth Meyers” on Monday and had some surprisingly welcoming things to say about the Syrian refugee crisis. She began by defending the many governors who have objected to housing those fleeing the war-torn country. “Their message is not, ‘We do not want Syrian refugees,'” Palin said. “Their message is, ‘What is the vetting process? How do we know that these are the innocents coming over … and they’re not the bad guys infiltrating?'” When Meyers noted that there was an 18- to 24-month screening process before any refugee would enter the U. »
- Thom Geier
Today, in the Best News Ever: Former "Saturday Night Live" stars -- and our favorite famous BFFs -- Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are set to co-host "SNL"'s holiday episode in December, which will also mark the show's last installment of 2015.
"SNL" announced the amazing news on Twitter, revealing the full slate of hosts for the following month. But it was Fey and Poehler's names that first caught our eye, and we can't wait to see them work their comedy magic on the Studio 8H stage again. The "Sisters" stars are slated to headline on December 19, supported by musical guest Bruce Springsteen.
December is looking good. #SNL pic.twitter.com/URafpplRR3
- Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl) November 17, 2015 Before that, Ryan Gosling will stop by the show on December 5, alongside musical guest Leon Bridges. On December 12, Chris Hemsworth will play host, with Chance the Rapper appearing as musical guest.
- Katie Roberts
Sarah Palin is speaking candidly about her daughter's second pregnancy. Shortly after Bristol Palin passed the 34-week mark, her mom is putting on a positive front as the due date quickly approaches this holiday season. "I can't wait for about 45 more days, and I'm gonna have a little baby granddaughter," Sarah shared on CBS Sunday Morning. "And I'm happy about it." Reporter Tracy Smith, who traveled to Sarah's home in Alaska for the personal interview, couldn't help but wonder if this is what Sarah pictured her daughter's life to be like at 25-years-old. "That can't be how you saw this playing out," she asked. "Unmarried »
I'm sick of Donald Trump's "SNL" hosting appearance and it's still a few days away. There are organized protests, casual musings about how and if he'll be "funny," and a lingering sense that Trump truly believes this will make him look cool. Fortunately we have an "SNL" alum offering her perspective on the presidential hopeful, and it's not a rosy one. Nora Dunn, the five-season "SNL" alumna who played one half of the Sweeney Sisters with the late Jan Hooks, weighed in on Trump's upcoming appearance with a HuffPost column about how "SNL" has changed and why the Donald won't be the first or last time the show is disappointing. There have been many incredible moments and big laughs and eye-popping craziness on Saturday Night Live. And that will continue, I hope. The show is part of our collective conscious. Trumps' appearance will not be a shining moment, but »
- Louis Virtel
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus urged NBCUniversal and “Saturday Night Live” producer Lorne Michaels to “disinvite” Donald Trump from hosting this weekend’s broadcast of the program due to the real-estate mogul and Presidential candidate’s recent remarks about Mexicans and Latinos.
The Caucus’ “Statement of Opposition” was approved by two-thirds of its 26 members., who serve in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. The group cited a range of factors, including NBCU parent Comcast’s assurances during hearings on its now-defunct efforts to merge with Time Warner Cable that it was committed to diversity and the idea that Trump’s remarks have made Latinos and Hispanics fearful, as reasons for its stance.
At issue are comments Trump made early in his campaign about his ideas that people of Latino origin were responsible for rapes and the importation of drugs to the United States. Other parties have »
- Brian Steinberg
“Brothers and sisters, Fox News and the NRA are not spiritual authorities.” It’s one of many mic-drop moments at the pulpit for Rob Schenck, the evangelical minister speaking out against what he sees as an unholy marriage of Christianity and gun culture in “The Armor of Light.” Although likely to court accusations of one-sidedness and manipulation, this emotionally charged, theologically astute directing debut from longtime documentary producer Abigail E. Disney feels entirely welcome for its sharp, intelligent presentation of a rarely aired point of view: Here are principled believers willing to preach against the choir, and doing so with a nuanced conviction born of painful personal experience. It’s precisely the sort of faith-based provocation that Christian leaders would be far better off recommending to their congregations than the likes of “God’s Not Dead,” which is not to imply that Disney’s lesson in loving, compassionate dissent should be heard by churchgoers alone. »
- Justin Chang
The Curb Your Enthusiasm star and former Saturday Night Live writer added to the long list of political doppelgangers the show has produced, but was his impression better than Tina Fey’s Sarah Palin or Dana Carvey’s George Bush Sr?
Everyone in America today is screaming about laying underwear on the radiator.
In the perfect marriage of artist and repertoire, Larry David’s pinch hit during Saturday Night Live’s spoof of the Democratic debate was an instant sensation. David was a writer for SNL during the 1984-85 season, and only one of his sketches actually made it to air, but like a fine wine gathering dust in the dark, he emerged robust and full-throated, ready to poke fun at the zeitgeist’s most unlikely pop star. Who better to scream and yell about the indignities of the everyman than a guy who’s been doing just that his whole career? »
- Jordan Hoffman
This week's episode of Saturday Night Live, hosted by Tracy Morgan, peaked early with the show's most brilliant casting coup since Tina Fey transformed herself into Sarah Palin. It may have been inevitable that SNL's cold-opening skit was going to riff on the first Democratic debate, but the sketch still managed to be full of surprises, including Alec Baldwin as frustrated Senator Jim Webb and — in the role that he's been rehearsing to play for his entire adult life — Curb Your Enthusiasm star Larry David as curmudgeonly firebrand Bernie Sanders. »
Larry's portrayal was a hit, even with Bernie himself, who quipped to ABC's "This Week" that his team might use the "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star at their next rally. "He does better than I do." However, the Democratic Debate sketch was accused of being too pro Hillary Clinton. The real Hillary was on SNL earlier this season, and the SNL debate -- which included Alec Baldwin as Jim Webb -- was framed from the perspective of Hillary as the inevitable choice. The sketch even even had Kate McKinnon's Hillary end her closing statement with the "sobering thought" that "If you get into bed with Bernie Sanders tonight, you're going to wake up with Donald Trump tomorrow." Larry David »
- Gina Carbone
As with Tina Fey and Sarah Palin, Saturday Night Live responded to the requests of the people and got Larry David to play Bernie Sanders in last night's parody of the Democratic Debate. The one-time SNL writer was pretty, pretty, pretty fantastic as the junior senator from Vermont. There to do a 30 Rock bit during Tracy Morgan's monologue, the show also got Alec Baldwin to play the overconfident grump Jim Webb. Still, no matter which polls you cite, it was clear Sanders at least won this debate. »
- Jesse David Fox
Like all good conservatives, Donald Trump has to go through the motions of expressing contempt for the mainstream (pardon, “lamestream”) media and liberal Hollywood. And like any good show-business romance, that animosity means he secretly can’t get enough of them, and vice versa.
The announcement that the mogul and reality-tv personality turned Gop presidential candidate will host “Saturday Night Live” follows in a long tradition of this symbiotic relationship between conservative political figures and the TV business. That’s because both clearly benefit from and feed off the other, with media types embracing the attention that Trump garners, whatever they might think of his politics, while Trump obviously can’t resist opportunities to bask in the spotlight and free exposure.
- Brian Lowry
Bristol Palin is expecting a second child soon, and this time it's…a baby girl! Yes, the 24-year-old daughter of Sarah Palin will have to start purchasing some more pink as she plans for the arrival of her daughter. Bristol took to Instagram to make the announcement, sharing a photo while cradling her pregnant belly and writing, "7.5 months with my baby girl," alongside a couple of heart emojis. The brunette—who is already a mom to son Tripp, 6—wrote a blog post about parental consent for birth control over the weekend in which she also revealed she's having a daughter. Video: Does Bristol Palin have a future in politics? "I know I'm the last to »
7.5 months with my baby girl ???? A photo posted by Bristol Palin (@bsmp2) on Oct 12, 2015 at 6:54pm Pdt The Palin family is going to be seeing some pink! Pregnant Bristol Palin revealed on Monday, Oct. 12, that she's expecting a baby girl. "7.5 months with my baby girl," Sarah Palin's daughter, 24, wrote, alongside a snap of herself cradling her burgeoning baby bump. While the baby's gender is now known, the identity of the child's father still remains a mystery. Alaska native Palin announced in June that [...] »
Never one to censor her political feelings, Bristol Palin is forging a new attack over claims that a Seattle school is providing 10-year-old students with IUDs, an intrauterine device implanted to prevent conception. "Do you remember what it was like to be a 10 year old?" the 24-year-old pregnant mother begins in a post on her blog. "I remember being an unabashed tomboy concerned with playing outside and acing 5th grade." Sarah Palin's daughter continues on to reference an article asserting that students were receiving the procedure in school free of charge. "This summer a report came out claiming that some schools in Washington were giving free birth control implants to »
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Many successful comedians and comics are incubated in nurturing, yet deeply competitive environments. The various comedy clubs on the East and West coast of the Us spawned many of the post-war titans, such as Richard Pryor, Joan Rivers and George Carlin, bathing them in the blood of occasionally hostile, alcohol-fueled, combative audiences. In the UK, since the 1970’s both the Oxford and Cambridge performing arts groups have produced class-connected troupes and entities as diverse as Monty Python, Fry & Laurie, The It Crowd, Peep Show, and even John Oliver of Last Week Tonight, a solid grounding which would often lead to high profile series and sitcoms on UK terrestrial television.
Bristol Palin is rocking that pregnancy glow! Now that the end of her pregnancy is in sight Bristol is gearing up for the delivery of her second child, but she's not letting fatigue wear her down. Sarah Palin's daughter shared a picture with son Tripp and another boy on Instagram Tuesday, updating her followers on the status of her baby bump. "#7monthspregnant but still the best time with my boys," she captioned the fun picture. The 24-year-old mom looked like she was having a great time with her 4-year-old son, whom she shares with her ex-love Levi Johnston. The trio seemed to be enjoying their time at a resort, where they soaked up the sun and got in some swimming time. Bristol announced »
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