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Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga on SNL Saturday Night


Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga on SNL Saturday night

Saturday Night Live is really bringing out the stars for their season finale tonight.

Hosting the show will be Justin Timberlake.


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And the musical guest? Lady Gaga.

The pair taped some promo’s going into Saturday night’s finale of the live comedy show, where Lady Gaga is wearing a red outfit, with a matching hat, and black gloves, while Timberlake stands there, trying to crack jokes.

In the first clip, Timberlake tells the audience that he will be hosting the show and then lets out a high-pitched scream after turning to see Gaga standing next to him.

In the next clip he looks down at Gaga’s shoes, and with a concerned look on his face says, “We can’t show it on television.”

Lady Gaga’s Saturday Night Live performance comes only days before she will be releasing her new album.

“Born this Way” which also shares a name of one of her songs, is set to hit stores on May 23.

Not only is she making news with her album, but Gaga was also named the most powerful person in the entertainment business in Forbes Top 100 Celebrity list, that was released this week.

Forbes credited the singer—who is also known for over-the-top outfits—for gaining a huge following, especially on social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter.

“Gaga is there not just because of the $90 million she earned with a monster tour, but also because of her 32 million Facebook fans and 10 million Twitter followers–aka Little Monsters–who helped move 1 million digital downloads of her recent single “Born This Way” in only five days,” says Forbes.

As for Timberlake, he’s no stranger to the hosting gig. He hosted the show back in 2009, and has also won two Emmy awards for his appearances on SNL.

In the past, he has performed with comedian Andy Sandberg, to put together hit skits like “Mother Lover” and D*** In A Box”—which has over 3 million views on YouTube.

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