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Lindsay Lohan: Hosting 'SNL' in December?

Lindsay Lohan: Hosting 'SNL' in December?

Lindsay Lohan arrives at a courthouse on Tuesday morning (September 14) in Santa Monica, Calif.

Rumors are swirling that Linds may be heading to Saturday Night Live to host in December!

The 24-year-old actress, who has hosted the show twice, would host the December 4 episode, according to a source that spoke with the NY Daily News.

Lindsay poked fun at her troubled past over the weekend in a video sketch aired during on the 2010 MTV VMAs.

A Saturday Night Live rep would not confirm the rumors, saying, “We never comment on upcoming hosts until they’re announced.”

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14 Comments

# 1

SHE LOOKS AMAZING, I LOVE HER!!!
HOPE SHE GOES TO SNL AGAIN :D

# 2

Lindsey Jennings is more interesting than Lindsay Lohan :)

# 3

Man, she really lost her cuteness (looks like she is having problems with her skin too, likely due to all the meds they are weaning her off).

Her career is D-list at best now. Why hire her when there are so many other MUCH MORE talented actresses in her age group than LL (Emma Stone, Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightly and on and on). Plus when watching her in anything now, she brings mega-baggage so hard for the public to have her disapear in a role, the whole irresponsible, brat and junkie pops up when you see her now.

# 4
anonymous @ 09/14/2010 at 4:40 pm

Lindsay has hosted 3 times already!

# 5

this girl needs a good spanking

i volunteer myself to give her one

# 6
bubbaness @ 09/14/2010 at 4:51 pm

Good. Lord. No. Can we just let her fade into obscurity??

# 7

i wish she would just take a break. a long one. or help others with addiction problems.

# 9

jj or jared “anonymous” is right, she has hosted 3 times, not twice. in 04, 05, and 06. and she had a cameo in the colin farrell episode where she played the girl that colin hit in on his monologue.

the two skits that stick out in my mind were when she went on vacation to disneyworld with her family, including “Debbie Downer” aka rachel dratch. they couldn’t stop cracking up through it. also, the one where she played hermione after hermione went through puberty and the rest of the hogwarts gang couldn’t stop staring at her huge chest. lindsay did have talent and good comedic timing and beauty once upon a time.. it’s sad she threw it away.

She’s gained about ten pounds in recent months.

way to reward this skankapuss for her antics

No way, SNL CANNOT have this idiot host! She needs to focus on sobriety and learn her lesson. I am so tired of celebs getting rewarded for bad behavior.

Wow
I Like Her More and More
Don’t Know Why…

With all the hype and hooey generated from a recent SNL episode where the host was selected as a result of public support, regardless of the personality involved, wouldn’t the buzz have been built more based on a feeling that viewers had made their voices heard?

Even if the writers had tried to screw it up, which at times can be hard to tell the difference, wasn’t this pretty much a can’t miss scenario? While factors in the host selection process can lead to endless speculation, wouldn’t the more divergent path taken to get there tend to thicken the intrigue? Could this be the start of a trend, expanding the interactive so that people could have more of a say, or will it be back to business as usual?

Years ago I was part of something along the same lines, runner-up in the Anyone Can Host contest. Following up on this more recently, I got back in touch with Lorne Michaels through a series of letters. As the process evolved, a few were addressed to certain individuals inquiring as to whether they would consider being host.
Here are links, in reverse chronological order, to those letters:

Andy Rooney Tiger Woods Susan Boyle Woody Allen Howard Stern
Clint Eastwood Mel Brooks Buck Henry David Bowie Nicholas Sarkozy

(Since the links won’t transfer, please go to: http://dwdiamond.com/L2L.html )

With possibly little to gain by following up on this, it may be awhile before any of them ever do, yet isn’t that just the point? How much would it raise the bar if they did? Is SNL more about taking chances or playing it safe? Easy enough to ask such a question from the outside, perhaps the only ones who could find a credible response are too busy to ponder such things.

Whoever the host might be, it’s just one show, one week, temporary impact. But what if a similar campaign were to add someone new to the writing staff? How much fun could that be? Not just anyone, a raving lunatic. Maybe not fresh out of the nut house, but somebody crazy enough to imagine there could be a chance in hell it would ever happen. Has the world gone crazy? Is there enough craziness out there to make a difference? Am I the only crazy one?

So if you ever thought SNL was becoming more of a lullaby than wake up call, all it would take is a little follow up to start tipping the scales away from complacency, towards chaos…

Better crazy than lazy,

DWLewis
http:www.dwdiamond.com/

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