Saturday Night Live has sure got a whole hella lot more gay these days what with the addition of the awesome Bowen Yang and Punkie Johnson to the cast this past season, which had its finale at the weekend.
We already showed you the moment Lil Nas X split his trews live on stage and he did two great performances but one you may have missed was a lil cameo in the Pride sketch which you can watch below.
‘This is our St Paddy’s Day, acting sloppy cos we’re gay’!
Hot lesbians moving in together too soon, too many straights at the party and Yang crying ‘I don’t wanna be funny, I wannabe HOT’ into his cocktail – it’s stereotypes a go go and we are living for it. We defy you not recognise at least one part of your previous prides in this messy rainbow melange.
Jerrod Carmichael has been extremely busy. In his latest comedy stand-up special, Rothaniel, comedian Jerrod Carmichael said that he no longer wants to keep his true self a “secret” and came out. Just days later, Carmichael made his hosting debut on Saturday Night Live.So quite a busy week, all things considered. The comedian's hilarious opening SNL monologue addressed his recent coming out, as well as that Will...
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