The a cappella rendition of “Call Your Girlfriend” by Swedish group Erato that Maya Rudolph and Emma Stone are paying homage to came out in 2011, but I’m glad it has finally reached the states.
D’Angelo made a rare public appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night to tribute Prince with a moving version of the late icon’s solemn ballad “Sometimes It Snows in April.” Singing at a piano in what would’ve been a Prince-approved, fake-fur vest, D’Angelo was supported by the cover band…
Maya Rudolph, your favorite SNL alum, will star in a new variety show with Martin Short called Maya And Marty In Manhattan. Are you ready for more Beyoncé impressions?
In tonight’s episode of the PBS show Finding Your Roots, Maya Rudolph breaks down crying when she learns that her family history traces back to a five-year-old slave who lived on a Kentucky plantation.
There are so many reasons to lament our lack of regular Maya Rudolph programming, but when people like Rachel Dolezal crop up, it’s especially frustrating.
“Brothers; brothers from other mothers; sisters; roommates; ‘roommates’; meemaws and papaws; Aunt Ronnys; Uncle Garys; and people who met on Tinder this morning”: just a few of the guests Maya Rudolph addressed at her Tulane University commencement speech last weekend.
On Sunday night during the three and a half hour tyranny that was SNL 40, the anniversary show, Maya Rudolph returned as Beyoncé with Martin Short being ... Martin Short. It was one of the few moments during the bloated baby boomer party that actually made me laugh.
STOP EVERYTHING! The G-rated celebrity kid playdate slashfic of America's dreams is real. It's real and it happened.
Maya Rudolph is joining Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in a new film called The Nest. The film follows two adults sisters as they plan one last party at their childhood home before their parents sell it, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The project began shooting this month and is slated for a December 18, 2015 release.…
Let me begin by saying, I adore Maya Rudolph. I watched Up All Night for her, I tuned in for Away We Go, Friends With Kids and The Way Way Back. I live for her “asshole” speech in Bridesmaids and just thinking about her impression of Beyoncé whispering with Prince on SNL makes me smile. She is one of my favorite…
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Ooooooooooohhhhhhh, ooh ooh ooh, Maya Rudolph's variety show is happening—let me be on it! Let me be on it!! Pick me! I have 13 years of girlchoir experience, I kind of remember the choreography to "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," and I can sing every word of Tom Lehrer's The Elements WHILE DRUNK. (Especially while drunk.)…
Big news on the late night front: David Letterman is retiring in 2015. Big news! That means a coveted and rare spot is opening up in the dude party that is late night TV. Could it be that the time has finally come to let a woman sit behind a desk and ask guests questions about movies they're promoting on shows that…
NBC is giving Maya Rudolph a variety series because they've been studying the Jezebel hive mind and they've created our ideal TV experience.
Courtney Love said some kind of amazing shit about basically everything that has been going on except Syria.
Today is Maya Rudolph's birthday! Here in her honor is one of my favorite SNL sketches of all time in case you missed it: "I Know Why The Caged Bird Laughs." Now, when is she gonna appear in one of her husband's fantastic ensemble movies? I've been WAITING.
As hilariously incorrect as this Lonely Island semicolon rap is, we really must advise against using semicolons at all. They’re super unnecessary; just ask Kurt Vonnegut:
As Up All Night, much like the Titanic, sinks slowly to the bottom of the ocean, the show's stars are jumping ship left and right. Fair enough! No one wants to be the guy who dies hitting the propeller or the two old people who go out clutching at each other in a twin sized bed. No, they want to go on and pose for…
And by ruin, we mean make it 10 billion times better. Also, McHale's actually the photo ruiner. Basically, the opposite of the headline is true.