Saturday Night Live hasn’t really had its fair share of quality TV moments this season. While they’ve managed to rope in some fabulous guests this year (Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Lawrence, Adam Levin), the skits have erred a little on the boring side. Thankfully, Justin Timberlake must promote his return to music (yay!) and that means a return to NBC’s beloved comedy show.
While we may not appreciate his acting the way he would like us to, Timberlake is actually a great comedy actor. He has a great sense of timing, he’s always down for a good laugh, and most importantly, (potential hosts take note) he’s a team player.
For a refresher, here’s are just some of Timberlake’s best moments on SNL:
1. Dick in a Box
2. Singles Ladies
3. Liquorville Dance Battle Read more…
Beyoncé and Jay-Z have reportedly been asked to perform at the royal wedding reception, reports Digital Spy.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are said to be big fans of the married entertainers and it is reported that the pair have accepted the offer.
“Both William and Kate are massive fans of Beyoncé and Jay-Z,” a source said. “They really wanted to make their big day even more special and what better way than by getting pop royalty to perform at the party?
“Will and Kate will have an official reception for hundreds of dignitaries before throwing a less formal bash for loved-ones. They both wanted to ditch traditions and make it more personal for them.”
Jay-Z and Beyoncé are both in Europe at the moment while she promotes her new single ’Run The World (Girls),’ so maybe this is just a rumour due to the fact that they are in Europe? Or maybe it’s actually true? Who knows, but I find it very difficult to picture the Queen of England doing the Single Ladies dance.
Beyonce has released her newest single, called ‘Run The World (Girls),’ and it’s nothing short of fire.
Much like her single ‘Single Ladies,’ the song is a female anthem with heavy dance beats. I can see this being a smash hit… actually, it’s already on its way!
My only critique is that the song is a little repetitive… we get it Beyonce, you run the world. You don’t have to shout it over and over for four minutes. Whatever, it has a good beat and catchy chorus, so I’ll forgive her this time around. Return of Queen Beyonce!
Take a listen below, and let us know what you think!