Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger will pull double duty on Saturday Night Live‘s May 19 season finale, serving as both host and the musical guest.
This will mark the rock icon’s first time as host and third time as performer.
In other SNL news, showrunner Lorne Michaels told reporters Wednesday that he, too, is in the dark about the rumored departures of vets Kristen Wiig, Jason Sudeikis and Andy Samberg. “I know there will be some [exits],” he said. “But it’s just sort of the nature of the way we work; that no one really talks about it until the season is done.” That said, Michaels added he would “like everyone to stay.”
The EP also said that a rumored Mitt Romney appearance has been shelved for now due to the probable presidential candidate’s busy schedule.
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• Law & Order alum Alana de la Garza will guest-star in a Season 2 episode of VH1’s Single Ladies, playing a former supermodel who hires Keisha (LisaRaye McCoy) as her real estate agent. Single Ladies returns May 28; de la Garza appears in Episode 9.
• Don Draper and Harry Potter could soon be the same person! As first reported by the U.K.’s Sun (and then confirmed by the more reliable Vulture), Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe are both in talks to join a four-part British miniseries about Russian doctors set after World War 1. The two would play the same character in different time periods, with Hamm narrating the story.
• Community co-showrunners Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan have inked a two-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV. Under the new pact, the two will develop and supervise new projects for the studio, leaving their respective posts on the NBC comedy after three years.
• NYPD Blue alum Charlotte Ross will co-star in Bounce, VH1’s basketball dancer-centric drama pilot. Per The Hollywood Reporter, the actress will play a former dancer-turned-basketball wife.
• WWE Superstar John Cena will appear in the Tuesday, May 8 episode of Syfy’s Dream Machines with the ultimate request: transform his Corvette into the one-of-a-kind “InCENArator”.
• TLC has given the green light to Tattoo School, a competition series (premiering May 24) that puts prospective tattoo artists through a two-week intensive training course.
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