Well now we've got both sides of the story.
"So I went back downstairs. I told the driver I had no idea what was going on."
When asked if he had been flirting with the 36-year-old reality star, Stanulis said:
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Saturday Night Live is bringing its 41st season to a close this month, and they're going out with TWO bangs!
First, on May 14, Drake will be pulling double duty for the second time as both host and musical guest.
SNL vet Fred Armisen will host the May 21 season finale with first-time musical guest Courtney Barnett.
Ch-ch-check out Brie's adorable first promo (below)!
This news is so AH-Mazing, we want to BLANK!
Alec Baldwin has played many roles over his career, but the 30 Rock alum is taking on a completely new role — as game show host!
This summer, the actor will be hosting ABC's revival of Match Game — the 1970s comedy panel show where contestants have to match the answers of six celebrities in a game of fill-in-the-blank!
The hour-long episodes will air during the network's Sunday Fun & Games programming block starting June 26 — along with the Steve Harvey hosted Celebrity Family Feud and The 100,000 Pyramid.
Baldwin will serve as executive producer of the 10-episode series, and will be donating his appearance fee to the Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation!
On Thursday, the 58-year-old announced the news on Twitter, sharing:
When it comes to casting actors to play non-fiction characters, the decisions can quite often be a bit controversial — especially when they're caricatures for a comedy!
The film is simply titled Reagan and follows the former POTUS at the beginning of his second term as he falls into dementia. Wackiness ensues when an intern is given the job of convincing Reagan that he is an actor playing the president in a movie.
While it sounds like a pretty silly idea, we can also see how those that are affected by dementia or people who may have known the President personally might be offended.
Not surprisingly, that's exactly what happened as Ronald's son Michael Reagan took to Twitter to vent his frustration about the flick saying:
Awwwwww! They make such a precious pair!
Pete Davidson and Cazzie David might be one of the cutest couples on Instagram! The Saturday Night Live star and Larry David's daughter have been snapping sweet selfies together, and it's very clear that their relationship is DEFINITELY romantic!
Considering the Emerson College senior's famous father is the co-creator of Seinfeld, we aren't surprised she likes to surround herself with funny guys!
Last week, the comedian posted a precious pic laying in bed with the gorgeous gal! Take a look (below)!
We always have such a good time on The Talk!
While we're saddened by the circumstances that led to our invitation, we're happy we got a chance to share our take on Prince's shocking death and all of the tributes that followed on the CBS talk show on Monday.
As you may have heard, Saturday Night Live upset a few fans over the weekend when their episode in Prince's honor stopped being about his musical performances, and instead started making fun of the legend.
Obviously, we found the scandal to be a bit of a non-issue since it was SNL, after all… being mocked by them is sort of the ultimate mark of success.
But did Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Aisha Tyler, Sara Gilbert, and Sheryl Underwood agree with us??
We sure will miss ya, Prince!
Ch-ch-check out our latest appearance on The Talk (above)!!!
On April 23, SNL paid tribute the late icon by reliving his past three performances on the show. Host Jimmy Fallon also honored the singer's memory by delivering a touching opening monologue which you can watch (above).
In Fallon's message, he made a point to say that the legend's performances were always extra special. Even though Prince didn't perform as many times as other acts, his appearances remain the most memorable.
The comedian summed up the 57-year-old's history on SNL perfectly, gushing:
"There was always something different about a Prince performance. It was special. It was an event. It was Prince."
Check out J.F.'s speeches and the Minnesotan killing it with a performance of Let's Go Crazy & MORE (below)!