YouTuber Jake Paul would go on to knock out ex-MMA brawler Ben Askren two minutes into the first round.
Pete Davidson played the scandal-hit Florida congressman—who denies any wrongdoing—in SNL's pretend talk show that spotlights "the social pariahs of the week."
John Krasinski spent much of his monologue fielding questions about "The Office" and his character Jim Halpert's relationship with Pam.
The spoof of the 2000 single, about Davidson's desperate bid to get a Playstation 5 for Christmas, included a surprise appearance from the rapper himself.
"The King of Staten Island" is the new Judd Apatow comedy-drama starring Pete Davidson, which has become the latest movie to come straight to streaming as a result of the coronavirus.
"It's definitely a slightly different type of movie for me," Judd Apatow told Newsweek about his new film with Pete Davidson, "The King of Staten Island."
"It hurts. It definitely hurts. Because, you know, I've been doing this for like 10 years."
In an interview with Charlamagne Tha God, Davidson said he feels uneasy about being the butt of so many jokes.
"Mr. Davidson's abusive language, particularly his use of a derogatory slur, is contrary to the University of Central Florida's values of inclusion and respect for all," a UCF spokesperson said in a statement to Buzzfeed.
The comedian discussed the R. Kelly accusations as well as the church.
The album will focus on finding self-worth amid heartbreak.
During his set, Davidson said the comedian tried to get him fired when he hosted 'Saturday Night Live' in April 2017, months before several female comedians accused him of sexual misconduct.
Navy SEAL veteran Dan Crenshaw lost his eye after being hit with an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan.
"There's tons of pregnancy stuff. People really want me to be pregnant," Grande told Corden.
"I want it to feel like him."
The 24-year-old recently got two new tattoos in honor of the singer.