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In today's headlines from Los Angeles: Lauren Conrad publicly professes her love, Justin Bieber moves through on SNL rehearsal despite the blizzard, Adam Levine's Grammy date, and more!
The iPhone 5 may have been Apple's fastest-selling smartphone ever, but according to SNL's new show "Tech Talk," it's certainly not perfect. This weekend, the comedians of Saturday Night Live and guest host Christina Applegate, posing as their tech-blogging alter egos, picked apart the flaws and failures of the iPhone 5.
They claimed that "Apple Maps was a total disaster" and that the new device is so thin "it's like holding three pieces of paper together." But in typical SNL fashion, the tables were turned when three surprise guests showed up on the Tech Talk stage and gave those critical tech commentators a run for their money.
Saturday Night Live stars usually graduate to movies, to television shows . . . and, sometimes, to parenthood. SNL alums like Tina Fey, Will Ferrell, and Amy Poehler (who, sadly, just announced she was separating from husband Will Arnett) have gone on to create huge careers and a few little ones, while current cast member Bill Hader recently welcomed his second child this Summer. Before the iconic show's season premiere this weekend (if you're like us, you'll be DVR-ing it. Who can stay up that late?), take a look at SNL's biggest stars in their most important roles ever: as parents!
SNL has added Kate McKinnon to its list of players, bringing another woman, and the show's first open lesbian, into the mix. Kate is a veteran of the Upright Citizen's Brigade and known for her work on LOGO's The Big Gay Sketch Show. She'll get to work on the April 7 show, hosted by fellow talented woman Sofia Vergara. To get us pumped, let's look at some of Kate's past work that put a funny spin on themes dealing with sex, relationships, and women.
The founders of Vag Magazine buy a former fashion glossy with the proceeds of their Etsy shop and explain their editorial vision for a hipster, third-wave feminist publication.
Katy Perry is set to host SNL tomorrow night, but today she was joined by Matt Damon, Val Kilmer, and Andy Samberg on the streets of NYC to film a skit. Katy kept her new haircut hidden under a brunette wig and put on her best smile for the camera. Katy joked about hosting SNL, saying, "I'm up for a challenge, for something new. I love to be challenged . . . I married Russell Brand." Matt's been the featured star on the late-night show in the past, but this time he's just stopping by for a digital short. He's been busy promoting his upcoming holiday release, We Bought a Zoo, and even stopped by The Late Show this week to chat with David Letterman. Matt's made a habit of doing his best Matthew McConaughey impressions during past visits to the talk show, and this time was no different. Damon lightheartedly channeled the other famous Matt after some coaxing from Dave.
The writers of Saturday Night Live's fake commercials have come up with a product that could end HPV: Lil Poundcake, a doll that administers the Gardasil vaccine to unsuspecting girls under the age of 10. Melissa McCarthy rocked her first hosting appearance this Saturday, but between watching the recent Emmy winner give it her all alongside Bridesmaid costar Kristen Wiig, we couldn't help but laugh at this vaccine-injecting doll. The spot channels recent debates and misinformation about the HPV vaccine, which can prevent cervical cancer, as some find it problematic to vaccinate young girls against an STD. Check it out.
Tina Fey cut right to the chase on Oprah's special SNL alumni episode. As soon as she took her seat (which was taped last week), the 30 Rock star and creator announced that she is expecting baby number two. Like many busy mamas, she admitted that in the five years since Alice was born, she just couldn't find the time to add to her family. See how she said age and the possibility of her show's cancellation worked their way into her pregnancy decision.