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Appointed to deliver speech at Tulane University's graduation ceremony, Maya manages to deliver a hilarious yet impressive speech as she mimics Oprah.
The project, featuring voices of Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming among others, is not a sequel to 'Frozen' after all.
Sony Pictures Entertainment announced a number well-known actors and actresses to voice the video game characters in movie.
The 'Bridesmides' actress will play the childhood friends of the two characters played by Fey and Poehler in the Jason Moore-directed comedy.
Video: 'SNL' Spoofs Jay-Z and Solange Elevator Fight, Andy Samberg Reunites With Former Cast MembersMay 19, 2014 09:05:46
Maya Rudolph impersonates Beyonce, while host Samberg debuts two new Digital Shorts and brings back the kissing family with Fred Armisen, Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader.
The former 'Up All Night' star is set to reunite with fellow 'Saturday Night Live' alumni Andy Samberg and Fred Armisen in the one-hour special.
The network has ordered a pilot for the potential primetime series produced by 'Saturday Night Live' creator Lorne Michaels.
The 'Bridesmaids' star is spotted at the Los Angeles International Airport with a swaddled baby in a Bambino carrier.
Amy Poehler, Julie Andrews and Tony Bennett will also pay tribute to the 'Carol Burnett Show' star when she receives the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
The 'Up All Night' actress shows her growing belly in a leopard-print dress when attending Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Rudolph's pregnancy reportedly complicates the initial plan to keep 'Up All Night' alive through a revised version.
Joining the host in a 'star-studded' sketch about Beyonce's newborn baby was Justin Timberlake who plays Bon Iver frontman.
'Saturday Night Live' is reportedly considering a sketch featuring the 'Up All Night' star doing a Houston impersonation for this week's episode.
Claiming she's not had sex since splitting from David Arquette, the 'Cougar Town' actress tells Sirius XM radio host Howard Stern, 'I have sexual feelings, and there's ways to deal with that.'
The Lillian of 'Bridesmaids' will headline a February 18 episode with Sleigh Bells serving as a musical guest.