- Alternative pop band Japanese Breakfast, led by Korean American singer-songwriter Michelle Zauner, is set to appear as the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” on Saturday.
- Zauner will be joined by actor Natasha Lyonne, who is set to make her hosting debut.
- On Friday, Zauner is set to appear on “The Tonight Show”’ for an interview with host Jimmy Fallon.
Japanese Breakfast has been announced as the musical guest on the Season 47 finale of “Saturday Night Live.”
Also known as Michelle Zauner, the Korean American singer-songwriter will appear on the May 21 show along with “Orange Is The New Black” star Natasha Lyonne, who is making her hosting debut.
Simu Liu shares his movie character impressions that were rejected from his upcoming ‘SNL’ appearance
Marvel star Simu Liu appeared on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” to share movie character impressions he claims were rejected for his upcoming appearance on this week’s “Saturday Night Live.”
A precious impression: The “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” started by attempting to do an impression of Emperor Palpatine by saying “something, something, something, dark side” in the Sith Lord’s voice, a reference to the title of a “Family Guy” parody of “Star Wars.”
K-pop girl group Twice performed for the first time their English-language single “The Feels” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
“I got the feels for you”: The nine-member girl group, created and represented by JYP Entertainment, simultaneously released their first official single completely in English and a music video on Oct. 1, which has over 15 million views, as of this writing.
Henry Golding, the all-around stunning “Crazy Rich Asians” actor, apparently has a very awkward audition tape that he sent when he applied to be a travel show host in Malaysia.
While on the guest chair in “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” the 32-year-old English-Malaysian actor shared his story.
After their historic appearance at a United Nations General Assembly in New York City, South Korean mega pop group BTS dropped by at “The Tonight Show” to do one of the hardest challenges on the internet today: the “Fortnite Dance Challenge.”
President Obama is the chillest U.S. president to have ever lived and there is a video evidence to prove it.
Last night on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” President Obama and Jimmy Fallon starred in a music video titled “Slow Jam the News.” The jazz band was jamming and the president and comedy host made viewers swoon with their smooth lines and seductive voices.