Justin Timberlake will bring his iconic music and slick dance moves to the Scottrade Center this Tuesday, Nov. 19, as he continues his 20/20 Experience World Tour. The Grammy-winning performer is fresh off of two new albums: “The 20/20 Experience” and “The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2”.
Stand-up comedian and former “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock” writer, Hannibal Buress, will be the featured performer at this year’s fall comedy show, Campus Programming Council announced Monday. He will be bringing his fast-paced style and confident punch lines to Graham Chapel on Sunday, Nov. 4. “I’m very excited,” junior Dillon O’Dea said.
Without Kristin Wiig and Andy Samberg, it’s hard to imagine what “Saturday Night Live” will be like when it airs its season premiere on Saturday, Sept. 15, with host Seth MacFarlane. Thankfully, “SNL” announced on Tuesday that one day each month they will be opening up their Facebook page and Twitter feed to viewers’ host and musical guest suggestions.
You might not like the W.I.L.D. headliners this year. You might have dreamed that The Shins were coming. We’re sorry if that prank disappointed you—but why not dream a little bigger? We’re thinking bands that could never play W.I.L.D. because they don’t exist in reality. Here are our five picks for the best fictional bands that Team 31 should book next year.
After her performance on “Saturday Night Live” on January 14, the Internet sensation of a songstress Lana Del Rey felt backlash from all corners: anonymous Twitter users to news anchor Brian Williams all poured on the hate. It was the worst performance in history of SNL, they claimed. Some have even suggested that her career is over before it even began.
Now in its 36th season, SNL is losing eight year veteran Will Forte and adding four new featured players: Taran Killam, Paul Brittain, Vanessa Bayer, and Jay Pharoah.
Last Friday evening, I asked myself the usual question: How do I put off my homework as long as possible? It was 6 p.m., so I decided to go be insanely early for the Seth Meyers comedy show to get awesome seats. However, I underestimated the type of crowd Seth Meyers could bring in: a huge one.
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