I'm in love with SNL. It is such a part of our social and pop culture fabric. Think about it, it's been over 40 years of celebrities, comedians and iconic TV moments. The one thing you don't want to be on SNL is boring. With that pressure in mind, artists hosting or even musical guests are always trying to stand out. Sometimes an appearance is epic and sometimes it's an epic fail, either way it's amazing to watch. Here are the top 10 celebs you never knew were banned (or simply have never been invited back which is code for banned) on the legendary SNL and what they did to earn their "no book" status:
John Mulaney went on Kimmel and told the story of how his leap year joke from his February SNL monologue landed him in some trouble with the secret service.
Source: <a href="https://brobible.com/culture/article/john-mulaney-investigated-secret-service-monologue/">Bro Bible</a>
Maybe you didn’t realize how much you missed Will Ferrell’s George W. Bush impression on SNL until the actor popped in for a surprise appearance during the cold open, delivering a State of the Union address on our current crop of GOP presidential hopefuls — which is essentially just Ferrell’s Dubbya roasting his fellow Republicans in an attempt to make an unprecedented bid for a third term as POTUS.
There was a one-hour red carpet pre-show before NBC's "Saturday Night Live" 40th anniversary special Sunday night.
Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie from NBC's "The Today Show" interviewed the celebrities who were there.
While they were interviewing actor and comedian Jim Carrey, things got a bit awkward when Carrey brought up suspended "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian W