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“I’m sweating! Beyoncé’s head is wet! This wing is wrecking me,” Rudolph's Beyoncé said during the Saturday Night Live sketch.
The actor mimicked Trump on Saturday Night Live to spoof the president's debate with Joe Biden, played by Jim Carrey.
"We can all Make America Not Actively on Fire Again," Jim Carrey's Joe Biden told voters.
The US late night show host portrayed comedian Chris Rock in a 2000 Saturday Night Live sketch.
"We will welcome you as a hero in ways you never imagined possible," he quips.
Myers said it was his son Spike who asked him if there was going to be a new Austin Powers movie. "I'd like to," he told his son.
War on Christmas will be replaced by war on North Korea, says the “president.”
Men going face-to-face with women in the wrestling ring is an issue that divides opinion. Some think it may encourage domestic
A very wise woman once said of advertising, "do the kind of work nobody else is doing". Now I'm no fan of hanging my hat on the pithy one-liners of advertising greats. It feels a little bit like Sun Tzu quotations on strategy slides, or Steve Jobisms introducing creative work. But doing the work nobody else is doing appeals because of its blunt and instructive clarity.
"The Revolution Starts Here." Never has this seminal phrase been so drained of significance than when uttered by Madonna