Will Baldwin do his monologue as Trump? The actor, who recently gained notoriety for his impression of President Donald Trump leading up the 2016 presidential election, will host the show on February 11. NBC announced Monday that Alec Baldwin, who of course has memorably portrayed Trump this season, will officially host Saturday Night Live Feb. 11. Back in 2012, Trump was preoccupied with Stewart's relationship with Robert Pattinson, repeatedly attacking her.
Late pop star Michael Jackson acquired the Beatles song catalog in 1985 for $47.5 million (euro), famously outbidding McCartney after the former Beatle told him of the importance of music publishing. The suit contends that in a series of remarks and emails to McCartney's lawyers, Sony/ATV executives alluded to the Duran Duran case and refused to confirm that he could reclaim his rights.
Football is an unbelievable sport. In a statement on their website, Nice gave their full support to Balotelli, adding that stones had been thrown at their team bus ahead of the game. Bastia did not respond to an email from Reuters. Uruguay global Cavani opened the scoring midway through the first half and made it 26 goals in as many matches for PSG in all competitions this season by adding a second in the 65th minute.
And just as exciting is the company he's keeping: Tim Miller - who worked with Ryan Reynolds to turn Deadpool into 2016's surprise smash hit - is believed to be on board to direct the latest Terminator project. It didn't seem that Skydance or Paramount had much interest continuing the creative track of the last film, but real creative involvement by Cameron , even if he doesn't direct, changes the whole ballgame.
Whoever is running the National Park Service's Twitter account is subtweeting the new president with messages that appear to challenge his ideas and his stature. Trump, who is infamous for Twitter wars and rants, has taken over the official president of the United States Twitter account (@POTUS ). Seen straightforwardly, it's a way to share an interesting piece of information.
Ten-time GRAMMY victor and current nominee Adele will perform a song from her GRAMMY-nominated album, 25, marking the fourth time she takes the GRAMMY stage. The British songstress was famously disappointed with her performance of her emotional ballad "All I Ask" past year, when she battled unforeseen audio problems.