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Future & The Weeknd Perform 'Low Life' on 'SNL' - Watch Now!

Future takes the stage for his Saturday Night Live musical guest performance on Saturday (March 5).

The 32-year-old musician was joined by Grammy winner The Weeknd for their performance of the song “Low Life” from Future’s album Evol.

The appearance marks Future’s first ever performance as an SNL musical guest. He joined host Jonah Hill for a rendition of his and Drake’s song “Jumpman” during the opening monologue.

Watch Future and The Weeknd perform “Low Life” in a video posted by Gossip Cop below!

Future Performs ‘Low Life’ With The Weeknd on ‘SNL’

Jonah Hill Plays School's Biggest Wrestling Failure in 'SNL' Sketch - Watch Now!

Jonah Hill has a horrible realization during a filmed sketch for Saturday Night Live on Saturday (March 5).

The 32-year-old actor played a high school wrestler who wins a match against an undefeated opponent and is praised by everyone until he discovers it was all a charity stunt to make him feel better since he’s such a loser.

Jonah’s character has the rug pulled out from under him when he watches the story unfold on the local news.

Watch Jonah Hill play a loser wrestler on SNL in a video posted by Gossip Cop below!

Jonah Hill Plays a Loser Wrestler on ‘SNL’

Jonah Hill Sings Drake's 'Jumpman' Part With Future on SNL - Watch Now!

Jonah Hill does his best Drake impression during his Saturday Night Live opening monologue on Saturday (March 5).

The 32-year-old Hail, Caesar! actor took the mic with musical guest Future to perform the song “Jumpman.”

Jonah said he was going to have Future perform the song with Drake, but since Drake wasn’t there, he performed his part instead.

This appearance marks the fourth time Jonah has hosted Saturday Night Live, the first being in 2008.

Watch Jonah perform “Jumpman” with Future during his Saturday Night Live opening monologue, posted by Gossip Cop, below!

Jonah Hill Performs With Future During His ‘SNL’ Opening Monologue

Ariana Grande to Host & Perform on 'Saturday Night Live'!

Ariana Grande is headed to Saturday Night Live!

The 22-year-old entertainer will pull double duty on March 12 when she hosts and serves as that evening’s musical guest too.

Ariana just launched her website where she revealed that she’ll be performing “Be Alright” and “Dangerous Woman,” the title track off her highly-anticipated upcoming album.

“I’m having a minor heart attack,” Ari said about hosting the show. “And by minor, I mean a major one. I can’t even…I’m getting ready and in rehearsals now.”

Meanwhile, Jonah Hill has been tapped to host the March 5 telecast with musical guest Future.

Ryan Reynolds Spoofs Kanye West to Explain Why Deadpool Won't Host 'SNL' (Video)

Deadpool fans are petitioning for the character to host an episode of Saturday Night Live, but Ryan Reynolds just released a video to explain why this will never happen.

The 39-year-old actor spoofs Kanye West‘s leaked audio outburst backstage at the late night show in a fake message to Lorne Michaels.

“It’s been 7 years since X-Men Origins, f–k this shit. I’ve got the biggest opening rated R movie of all time. Are they f–king crazy?” Ryan says in the spoof. “I’m 50% more influential than MC Hammer, Apostle Judas Iscariot, the KIA Sorrento, 10% more influential than Barbara Bush, the Muppets, Bob Newhart. 60% more influential than the iPhone 5, shredded cheese, and Dr. Ruth… 7% less influential than the Urban Dictionary. Don’t f–k with me!”

Listen to the clip in the video below!

Why Deadpool won’t be hosting SNL

Kanye West Yells Behind-the-Scenes at 'Saturday Night Live,' Calls Taylor Swift 'Fake' in Leaked Audio

Kanye West sounds really upset in this alleged audio from before his appearance on Saturday Night Live last weekend.

In the leaked tape obtained by the New York Post, the 38-year-old rapper can be heard referring to Taylor Swift as “fake ass” and telling people in the room, “Don’t f-ck with me.”

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He also talks about being “50 percent more influential” than Pablo Picasso and some other notable figures.

“By 50 percent more influential than any other human being,” Kanye allegedly says. “Don’t f-ck with me. Don’t f-ck with me. Don’t f–ck with me. By 50 percent dead or alive, by 50 percent for the next 1,000 years.”

According to TMZ, the rant was directed at his team and not producers. Apparently, he was upset that the size of his set was reduced right before the live show.

Listen to the audio below. Warning – NSFW.

Kanye West – Saturday Night Live Rant

'SNL' Jokes About 'The Day Beyonce Turned Black' - Watch Now!

Cecily Strong has a horrifying realization while listening to Beyonce in a sketch for Saturday Night Live on Saturday (February 13).

The show aired a fake trailer called “The Day Beyonce Turned Black,” parodying the reaction to Beyonce’s new song and music video “Formation.”

Beyonce surprised fans with the release of the song and video the day before she performed at the 2016 Super Bowl Halftime Show.

In the fake trailer, people are shocked when they realize Beyonce is black after listening to the song.

Watch the parody trailer, posted by Gossip Cop, below!

‘SNL’ Parody Trailer: ‘The Day Beyonce Turned Black’
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