Fans of Shia LeBoeuf and Steve Carell are going to like this news. If you hadn’t heard, Shia will be hosting Saturday Night Live this Saturday with musical guest My Morning Jacket. Then, for the season finale next week, Steve Carell will be returning to host for the second time and he’s got Usher as his musical guest.
While SNL is always hit or miss, I’ll usually find a skit or two during every episode that’s worth watching. Most of the time it’s the digital short, but some episodes do have a great skit that doesn’t involve Andy Samburg.
Anyway, here’s the info on both hosts…like you need it.
This Saturday, May 10 features Shia LeBoeuf, returning for a second hosting appearance. LeBoeuf starred in two of last year’s biggest hits: the thriller “Disturbia” and the blockbuster “Transformers” and will co-star opposite Harrison Ford in the hotly anticipated “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” LeBoeuf has quickly become one of the most sought-after actors in
Joining LeBoeuf and making their SNL debut is the critically acclaimed rock band My Morning Jacket. The Kentucky-based band whose sound has defied labels (a recent Spin cover story characterized frontman Jim James as “[channeling] Prince, George Harrison and Dylan”) has long been hailed as one of the best live bands currently performing and their records have received heaps of critical acclaim. Their forthcoming (June fifth full-length studio album “Evil Urges,” as Rolling Stone notes “the latest evidence that MMJ are aiming higher than almost any other band of their generation.”
For SNL’s Season Finale, the show will “Get Smart” with “Office” star Steve Carell at the helm. Carell returns for his second hosting stint. Carell is known to many from his work on the award-winning “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” and his current starring role in NBC’s Emmy winning “The Office,” for which Carell has won a Golden Globe. Carell will soon be seen in the big screen adaptation of the classic TV comedy “Get Smart.” Carell has starred in such hits as “The 40 Year-Old Virgin” (which he co-wrote with Judd Apatow), the award winning dark comedy “Little Miss Sunshine,” “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy,” the romantic comedy “Dan in Real Life” and Carell leant his voice to the critically praised Dr. Seuss adaptation “Horton Hears a Who.”
Also making his second SNL appearance alongside Carell is multiple Grammy Award-winning musical guest Usher. The pop superstar’s current No. 1 single “Love In This Club” (his eighth No. 1 in the