Versatile entertainer Justin Timberlake returned to "Saturday Night Live" last night to serve as a host for the fifth time and a musical guest. The "Suit & Tie" singer led a star-studded cast composed of such A-list celebrities as Steve Martin, Alec Baldwin and Tom Hanks, among many others.
JT, as musical guest, performed his hit "Suit & Tie" with collaborator Jay-Z and his latest single "Mirrors", to cap off "SNL" highest rating show in the last 14 months. Reminiscent of their Grammy performance, JT and JZ rocked the "SNL" set, the pop/dance crooner with his vocals and choreography and the rapper with his rhymes.
Timberlake reunited with The Lonely Island's Andy Samberg to reprise his recurring role on "SNL" as one-half of the "D*ck in a Box" duo. Participating as contestant No. 2 in a spoof of "The Dating Game", the two competed with The Festrunk Brothers composed of frequent "SNL" guests, Martin and Dan Aykroyd, as the famed plaid-wearing bachelor duo who answered in their heavy Czechoslovakian accents.
Earlier in the show, Martin appeared with "The Three Amigos" stars Chevy Chase and Martin Short during Timberlake's opening monologue to induct him into the "Five Timers Club", as he has hosted the show for five times already. The 32-year-old singer/actor has made it to the elite club which had A-list celebrities Martin, Chase, Short, Paul Simon, Candice Bergen, Baldwin and Hanks as members.
Timberlake, showing off his trifecta of skills - singing, dancing and comic talent - also did a skit as a dancing block of tofu, representing vegetarians across the U.S. as he sang about brown rice and yellow quinoa along Trinidad Jame$' "All Gold Everything" and Rihanna's "We Found Love".
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