‘Saturday Night Live’ News & Update: Emma Stone Always Postpones Her SNL Return
Since 1975, "Saturday Night Live" has entertained American audiences with its political satire and comedy sketches, parodying everything from facets of pop culture to current events.
Over the years, "Saturday Night Live" has served as a means of both entertaining its viewers and creating a time capsule of the political climate and evolving entertainment industry for future generations.
One of the fundamental aspects of the show has always been grounded in the right to free speech, as protected by the "First Amendment" of the U.S. Constitution.
The traditional "Saturday Night Live" promos of a week's host paired with a cast member may be no more, but do we at least get a big "La La Land" style musical number in exchange? Almost! Emma Stone returns to Saturday Night live in the first December 2016 promos, but something's in the way.
Following a brief Thanksgiving hiatus in the wake of Kristen Wiig's "Saturday Night Live" return, NBC released the first official promos for the December 3 outing with Emma Stone and musical guest Shawn Mendes.
In it, we can experince a big Hollywood buildup, but elevators can be tricky mistresses. Emma Stone will make her third appearance hosting; having previously guested way back in 2010 with musical guest "Kings of Leon," and again in 2011, joined by Coldplay.
Meanwhile, Shawn Mendes will make his Saturday Night Live debut. A Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes was discovered in January 2014 and by the end of the year had gained a spot opening for Taylor Swift on her 1989 World Tour. He put a name for himself and found millions of fans via the popular social-media app Vine.
If not during Saturday's episode, we should soon have confirmation on the final hosts of 2016, so check out Emma Stone's promo, and stay tuned for the latest.