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The musician turned actor, who has always managed to tickle our funny bones on the long-running sketch comedy series, hit the milestone during his latest appearance last night, and in honor of the occasion, dedicated his entire opening monologue to reaping all the benefits of belonging to such an exclusive group of individuals…ALONGSIDE fellow inductees Paul Simon, Steve Martin, Chevy Chase, Tom Hanks, Alec Baldwin, and Candace Bergen!
OH! And Martin Short was there, too!
But mostly, we assume, so The Three Amigos would be all together in one room!
Ch-ch-check it out (above), as well as some of Justin's best sketches last night, including the much-anticipated return of Andy Samberg for a Dick in a Box reunion, porn stars selling champagne, pretty much every romantic comedy ever, and what we will only describe as "Maine Justice"…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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Have an extra $125-$1000 you want to do something awesome with?
Well you should probably get tickets for the benefit marking the 25th anniversary milestone of the Children's Health Fund:
Over the past 25 years, Children’s Health Fund has expanded nationwide to become the primary source of medical care for thousands of homeless and low-income families and now has 25 programs operating in 17 states and Washington, DC.
The tickets available to the public are SUPER limited, which makes sense, because this is a crazy once-in-a-lifetime thing!
AND it's for a great cause!
Click here for more info.
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Starting next month, Starbucks stores across the US and Canada will be selling Every Mother Counts 2012, a compilation CD featuring some of the biggest names in the music biz and even some unheard tracks.
$8 of every CD sold will go to benefit maternal mortality reduction programs globally.
An amazing cause and great music? It doesn't get any better than that!
Check out the complete track listing (after the jump)!
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Rolling Stone released its Top 50 singles of 2011 and fittingly, Rolling in the Deep is number 1.
Adele continues to storm through the music world in 2011.
21 is the number one album of the year as well.
The other top 5 singles in order include:
Hey, want to feel old? Twenty-five years ago, Paul Simon released his now trademark album, Graceland! Yeah, let that sink in.
Course, a lot of you were probably just born when then album came out, so you, it doesn't mean much! LOLz!
Anyway, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the album, Paul is planning a tour for next year that is currently in the early stages of planning. We don't know where he is going to go and when, but we do know that he will also be releasing a new "Graceland" box set with Sony Legacy the will release in the late spring of next year. We imagine the tour wont' be too far behind that.
Simon further revealed that
We couldn't think of a more appropriate tribute to those who lost their lives so tragically ten years ago.
Please watch Paul Simon, of Simon & Garfunkel, perform a heartwrenching and somber acoustic performance of the classic Sound of Silence at Ground Zero today, in honor of the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center (above).
Powerful. Moving. And undeniably beautiful.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who lost a loved one that day.
May they R.I.P. and always be remembered.