"I didn’t want it to come off like I was leaving angrily."
Was there a dry eye in the house? Probably not.
Live from New York, it's not Pete Davidson.
Steve Martin should be on SNL every week, and I don't think I'm asking for too much.
19 Times Something Weird, Embarrassing, Or Shocking Happened With Famous People And It Was Actually Caught On Live Television
If it were me who had been caught farting on The View, I would've been mortified.
*Hoping for a Lovebug*
Una entrevistadora (blanca) creyendo que una persona morena es morena porque se fue a la playa...
Here Are 20 Pictures Of "SNL" Actors And The Famous People They've Played, And The Attention To Detail Is Killing Me
Amy Poehler's impression of Avril Lavigne will make you do a double take.
Tim Robinson was too funny for SNL.
A Wardrobe Mishap, Adam Driver With A Spear, And 22 Other Things That Caused People On "SNL" To Hilariously Break Character
If someone breaks character, there is a 200% chance I, too, will immediately crack up.
"SNL" Actors Have Changed A Whooooole Lot Since Their First Episodes, And Here Are 19 Solid Transformations If You Don't Believe Me
Fun fact: Pete Davidson doesn't age.
Melanie Griffith and Dakota Johnson debating over 50 Shades of Grey is TOO awkward.
SOOOO many celebs are banned from ever appearing on SNL again.
I'm Applauding These 15 Women Stylists And Designers Who Went Above And Beyond To Help Their Famous Clients Feel Comfortable
Everybody needs a friend like Melissa McCarthy's stylist!
"I'm not my body. I'm a whole person." —Gabourey Sidibe
Bill Hader breaking character during sketches is just too funny.
“When I was first approached about ‘Bridgerton’ I was expecting something akin to ‘Pride and Prejudice.’ In no way did I think we would be doing oral sex. Up a ladder. In the middle of a library.”
"You millennial dumpling."
The show's protagonist isn’t someone to pity or designed to make you feel better about your own body.
“Aidy and I are both tired of being flattened into just ‘fat person.’ Both of us are hungry to be more than that, and to really put our personhood on screen. And Annie’s personhood on screen.”
Listen: Why You Cannot Miss “The Nevers” and “Mare of Easttown” on HBO Max, Plus More Shows To Binge
“You get to hear Kate Winslet doing her best Philly accent. It’s great—just to hear her say ‘water’ alone is worth watching.”
The few stories we see about fat women are still so often limited to their love lives — which are still so often depressingly mediocre.
♫ Let's do it in my twin bed ♫
Golden Globes and co – take note.
"Cut to commercial! Cut to commercial!"
John Cameron Mitchell On His “Shrill” And “Good Fight” Characters: “Gay Assholes” Are The Price Of LGBT Assimilation
“The price of acceptance: queer Republicans!” Mitchell joked. “Queer goddamn Republicans!”
Actress Aidy Bryant Said She Had To Co-Write Her Show "Shrill" After Getting Offered Ridiculously Offensive Roles
"I remember being like, 'Oh, they think that this is a fun thing for me, and it’s so insulting.'"
So many stories about fatness have been about sadness and self-loathing. But as Shrill, Dumplin’, and Isn’t It Romantic show, they don’t have to be.
It's 2019, So Why Did This Costume Designer Have To Make A Lead Character's Plus-Size Outfits From Scratch?
"Once you get to a certain size, people sort of want you to disappear."
So many new TV shows are coming. Let us try to help you!
The new Hulu series inspired by Lindy West’s 2016 memoir starts streaming on March 15.
"Designed for endurance, but used mostly for sitting on the couch."
Ryan Gosling Shouting Out His Daughters And Eva Mendes During "SNL" Last Night Will Emotionally Destroy You
His shoutout to his dog is what killed me.
Just in time for the new season.
These actors got totally righteous at BuzzFeed’s Comic-Con suite.
Kumail Nanjiani's winning The Big Sick brings something fresh to the comedian-grows-up genre.
SNL girls do it well.
"Sorry to be a bitch, but I’m not going to apologize for my size."
HBD, Lil' Baby Aidy!