Host Miles Teller took aim at the Adam Levine and Armie Hammer viral scandals during Saturday’s season premiere. Saturday Night Live. Teller hosted SNL’s 48th season premiere with musical guest Kendrick Lemar. The episode’s sketches included acknowledging the major shift between this season and the final season and mocking Nicole Kidman’s announcement for AMC theaters. Another infographic casting Tyler as host of a game show titled send something normal. It has to be the most winning gaming show in the world. All contestants have to do is send a regular reply to a woman in DMs to win $100 million. Simple, isn’t it?
“The game is very simple. We have four famous male contestants, and all they have to do is reply to a direct message from a woman on Instagram in a natural way,” Teller host Halen Hardy told the contestants. “And colleagues, if you send a direct message directly, you will win $100 million.”
Things get complicated when you think of competitions. They included Maroon 5 Adam Levine (Mickey Day), actor Armie Hammer (James Austin Johnson), astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson (Kenan Thompson), and SNL star Bowen Yang. Yang played himself, the current world champion send something normalwho attributes his success to “being gay”.
Meanwhile, real-life Levine is at the center of a scandal that allegedly sent many inappropriate messages to women while still married to Behati Prinsloo. send something normal Day’s Levine was tasked with responding to a woman in the DMs who wrote, “Hi Adam, a huge fan. Love your music.” Levine asks to see her most loved vacation photos. After taking a closer look at the bikini-wearing woman, he gave this response:
“Okay. I’ll start things off with ‘Holy Molly!'” But I got three more, though.
Host Hammer gave a similar challenge. His message from a woman read, “Hey, ARMY, I hope you are doing well.”
Hammer preempted Johnson’s response by saying, “Well, look, I know there’s been a lot of talk about me in the press, but I’ve done a lot of work on myself, and I’ve changed. So I have my message.” And he said, “I want to open up your bones and suck out the marrow.”
Saturday Night Live New episodes air Saturday nights on NBC. Brendan Gleeson is hosting next week’s episode with guest musician Willow.