She did it again! Last weekend, Kristen Wiig crashed Amy Adams’ opening monologue on Saturday Night Live for the second time! This time she was carried on stage, sang in Mariah Carey’s glitter microphone, and danced in her Christmas-hat with her shakers; all before finally singing the Christmas
I have added 250 high-definition screen captures as well as some production stills from Kristen Wiig’s guest appearance on Saturday Night Live. As mentioned in the previous post, she appeared in the opening monologue, as Kathie-Lee Gifford in a “Hollywood Game Night” sketch, introduced a
Just as we had hoped, Kristen Wiig appeared on Saturday Night Live yesterday, joining first-time host Bill Hader. Wiig first came out during the opening monologue and helped Hader to make his wish of singing come true. Then she portrayed Kathie-Lee Gifford in a funny
I have added seven new stills from Kristen’s surprise cameo during the episode of Saturday Night Live that Paul Rudd hosted this past season. She returned as Dooneese, the (really) odd sister, during the cold open spoofing the live telecast of The Sound of Music.
The final show of Saturday Night Live aired this past Saturday (duh), and our Kristen Wiig made an hilarious guest appearance! She returned as the mother in “The Vogelchecks” sketch (you know, the really affectionate family) and as Tweedle-Dong in a very funny Bvlgari sketch.
Just a quick reminder that Kristen Wiig will appear in tonight’s episode of Drunk History! The show will air 10PM on Comedy Central, and tells the story of the kidnapped heiress–turned–bank robber Patty Hearst. Kristen Wiig is portraying Hearst, whilst comedian Natasha Leggero gets liquored up
Kristen Wiig is set to guest the upcoming season of Funny or Die’s Drunk History, and we have gotten the first photos of her character! According to Entertainment Weekly, comedian Natasha Leggero gets liquored up and narrates the true tale of kidnapped heiress–turned–bank robber Patty Hearst
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