Fall TV Preview

Tina Fey, Miley Cyrus and Bruce Willis Among Saturday Night Live's First Season 39 Hosts

Tina Fey is returning to her old Studio 8H stomping grounds this fall to host Saturday Night Live‘s Sept. 28 Season 39 premiere, NBC announced Monday morning.

Embattled twerker Miley Cyrus, meanwhile, will pull double duty as host and musical guest on …READ MORE

Miley Cyrus Breaks Post-VMA Silence, Insists Detractors are 'Over-Thinking' Her Performance

Miley Cyrus has a message to critics of her controversial tongue-twerking MTV Video Music Awards performance: Simmer down now.

Speaking out for the first time since she and Robin Thicke blurred the lines of art and good taste at last Sunday’s ceremony, the embattled pop star told MTV News that her primary objective heading into the show was to …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

How Miley Cyrus Got Tongues Wagging -- for the Wrong Reasons -- at MTV's VMAs

The morning after MTV’s Video Music Awards spectacle, perhaps an American Idol summed it up best. Upon sampling the kudoscast, Kelly Clarkson tweeted: “2 words: #pitchystrippers.”

Yet for all of Lady Gaga‘s calling-card outrageousness, her show opener (including a costume change into a seashell bra/thong bikini) was demure when juxtaposed …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

SNL With Miley Cyrus: Best and Worst Skits?

From Movieline.com‘s tube-obsessed Louis Virtel….

Saturday Night Live uncovered a major problem with “just being Miley” last night: The 17-year-old took to the Studio 8H stage with signature chutzpah, but lacked the versatility to effectively skewer her contemporaries (Justin Bieber, Fergie, and Lindsay Lohan), the terrifying Disney Channel (in a so-so instructional sketch with Kenan Thompson as Raven Simone), or herself (in a grim monologue number we’ll call “The Bong Song”). The cast rallied — especially Vanessa Bayer with her killer Miley takeoff, yet again — but history will remember Ms. Cyrus’s hosting stint as a collapsed rung on “The Climb.” …READ MORE