Musk had absolutely nothing to offer except a marketing boost – he failed to land even a single joke There were any number of reasons to be angry about "SNL" tapping Elon Musk to host, including plenty of solid ethical and moral ones. Like the time he mocked people's gender pronouns. Or that time he publicly threatened labor organizers at Tesla. Or any of the other many reasons. But on top of those things, there was another big reason that you might think would be important to the powers that be at "SNL." Elon Musk isn't funny or entertaining in the least. Sure, you could make an . . .
"This pandemic cannot end unless we act collectively," he says At Saturday's star-studded Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World broadcast, Prince Harry called for empathy, trust and above all, vaccinations, in the ongoing fight against COVID-19. In their first appearances since the funeral of Prince Phillip and that bombshell Oprah interview, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle served as campaign chairs of the charity concert backed by Global Citizen. Markle, who was not in attendance due to her pregnancy, delivered a separate speech via video. Featuring performances by . . .
That distinction is held by a former "Saturday Night Live" cast member During his monologue on Saturday, first-time "SNL" host Elon Musk said he is the first person with Asperger's syndrome - a colloquial term used to describe high functioning people on the autism spectrum - to host the long-running show. But you saw the headline so we'll just cut right to it: No, he isn't."I'm actually . . . the first person with Asperger's to host SNL–or at least the first to admit it. So I won't make a lot of eye contact with the cast tonight. But don't worry, I'm pretty good at . . .
They were serenaded by Mylie Cyrus during the cold open On the Mother's Day episode of "Saturday Night Live," the cast kicked off the show by (as is traditional) ditching the normal kind of cold open sketch for a tribute to the cast members' moms. This time, musical guest Miley Cyrus sang a song while the cast members did some fun jokes with their IRL moms and yes, it was absolutely adorable. Some of the jokes were just fun, like when Aidy Bryant's mom promoted Bryant's Hulu series, "Shrill." Others were honestly touching, like the apparent reveal that Cecily Strong hasn't . . .
NYPD is currently on a manhunt for the gunman Three innocent bystanders, including a 4-year-old girl, were shot Saturday when a dispute erupted in New York's Times Square and a man began shooting. According to NYPD Police Commissioner Dermot Shea, two to four males were disputing in the world-famous intersection when one pulled out a gun and fired several shots. In the wrong place at the wrong time were a 23-year-old woman from Rhode Island and a 4-year-old girl from Brooklyn, both of whom were shot in the leg, and a 43-year-old woman from New Jersey who was hit in the foot. All three . . .