Miley Cyrus belted out Dead Petz ditty “Karen Don’t Be Sad” on Saturday Night Live. Watch her in action up top.
The singer is probably going to strip on live television.
The artists are the latest addition to the musical guest roster.
We ranked every musical performance from Saturday Night Live’s 40th season.
Our favorite Bad Gal closed out the show’s 40th season!
The 40th season finale airs tomorrow (May 16)!
Florence + The Machine performed on Saturday Night Live for the third time last night (May 9). Watch the epic performances after the jump.
Next month will be a big one for the show!
Plus: Nelly gets arrested, and Taylor Swift gets pursued by yet another music streaming service. Be sure to also see which artists are performing on TV today.
There was a lot to really like about Carly Rae Jepsen’s Saturday Night Live debut! Watch the Canadian pop diva in action above. …
The singer will make her debut on the sketch show!
Saturday Night Live poked fun at the ongoing Iggy Azalea-Azealia Banks feud last night (March 7), while imagining how these two would interact outside of Twitter.
Get ready to relive your teenage fangirl nostalgia, as *NSYNC will be making an appearance on the sketch show’s major special!
Saturday Night Live plans to celebrate their forthcoming 40th anniversary in a major way — and Justin Timberlake is giving a sneak peek!
Sorry #Swifties, but Taylor Swift will not be performing at this year’s Grammys! The singer explained the decision in her Tumblr blog, stating that she would rather focus on her upcoming 1989 World Tour.
Nowadays, Blake Shelton spends most of his time being a guest judge on NBC’s The Voice. But don’t forget that he’s still a musician! The country singer got back into the groove on Saturday Night Live tonight (January 24) where he made his debut as host and performer. Along with guesting in various skits that predictably…
In support of her forthcoming LP The Pinkprint, Nicki Minaj has kicked her promo game into action! Her latest venture was on Saturday Night Live tonight (December 6), hosted by funny-man James Franco. This marks the second appearance for Minaj, who was a musical guest back in 2011 (who could forget that awesome “Creep” digital…