Harry Styles’ gay SNL sketch leads to tumult on Twitter for Sara Lee

By : John Paul King OF THE WASHINGTON BLADE, COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL LGBT MEDIA ASSOCIATION
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ABOVE: Styles (R) with Cecily Strong and Bowen Yang (Image credit: Will Heath/NBC)

With Harry Styles as the headliner, Saturday night’s edition of “Saturday Night Live” was guaranteed to draw a lot of gay viewers, and one sketch in particular probably made it worth the effort.

The former One Direction singer, who served as both host and musical guest on this week’s SNL, appeared in a segment (co-written by Cecily Strong, Bowen Yang, and Julio Torres) that seemed a direct nod to his gay fans, playing a gay, hyper-sexed social media manager called in by his bosses at Sara Lee Bread to discuss his off-brand Instagram posts from the corporate account.

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Kate McKinnon becomes Hillary Clinton for the last time this year in “SNL” holiday sketch

By : Jeremy Williams
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A high point in the 2016 election season as been Saturday Night Live‘s Kate McKinnon portraying Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Whether arguing with Larry David’s Bernie Sanders, being shocked at the words coming from Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump or having a drink with bartender Val (played by the real Clinton); the Emmy-winning actress always delivers the laughs.

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Laverne Cox, ‘Modern Family’ cast among guests at Obama’s ‘Nerd Prom’

By : Jeremy Williams
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WASHINGTON (AP) – Two secretaries of state, Tea Leoni and Madeleine Albright, arrived arm in arm April 25 as a wide mix of Hollywood and Washington players gathered for the national “Nerd Prom.”

The White House Correspondents’ Association dinner has become a celebrity magnet, this year drawing some big names from television, sports and movies to rub shoulders with members of Congress and to hear the president speak. It has grown to become one of Washington’s biggest events since its smaller origins in 1914 when journalists gathered to push for greater access to the president.

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