Honey Boo Boo Plays & Gets Ready For Halloween — Cute Pic

Fri, October 19, 2012 1:39pm EST by 10 Comments
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Posted at 5:54 AM on January 4, 2013  


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Posted at 6:15 AM on January 28, 2013  

trixie why are u so nasty

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Posted at 2:16 AM on October 30, 2012  

Maybe shes pregnant too? LOL Thats a huge ponch on that child, Following her mothers footsteps. Oh well, There just a bunch of white trash

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Victoria McGuire

Posted at 6:56 PM on October 20, 2012  


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The Boy

Posted at 10:52 PM on October 21, 2012  

On Miley Cyrus & The Strokes & Selena Gomez & Liam Hemsworth & Vanessa Hudgens & Chris Hemsworth & Demi Lovato & Nick Jonas & Heather Morris & Saturday Night Live

Miley Cyrus-The Boy / Lindsay Lohan / Fergie / Justin Bieber

A typical episode of SNL will feature a single host chosen for their popularity, novelty, or because they had a film, album or other work releasing near the time of their show appearance.[77] The host delivers the opening monologue and performs in sketches with the cast. Traditionally the host of the show ends the opening monologue by introducing the musical guest for the night. Comedian George Carlin was the first to host SNL in the debut October 1975 episode;[78] three episodes later, Candice Bergen became the first female host[79] and the first to host more than once.[80] Hosts have been drawn from a wide spectrum of backgrounds, from actors, such as Danny DeVito, Buck Henry, and John Goodman,[77] to musicians, like George Harrison,[81] and Dolly Parton,[82], politicians such as former-president Gerald Ford, president Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton,[83] and political activist Ralph Nader.[77] Guests that have hosted five or more times are sometimes referred to as belonging to the Five-Timers Club, a term that originated on a sketch performed on Tom Hanks’ fifth episode. As of September 24, 2011, actor Alec Baldwin holds the record for most times hosting, having performed the duty on sixteen different occasions since 1990; Baldwin took the record from actor Steve Martin who has hosted fifteen times since 1976

Each episode also features a musical guest, a solo act or a band, who perform two to three musical numbers. Occasionally, the musical guest has also simultaneously served as the host. As of May 19, 2012, Dave Grohl is the most frequent musical guest, performing on eleven shows since 1992.[85] Michaels does not allow musical guests to perform using lip-synching tracks,[86] believing it diminishes the live aspect of the show. Exceptions are only made when the musical act is focused on intense dance routines instead of vocals, where it is difficult to be both heavily physically active and sing simultaneously.[87] A 1975 performance by pop group ABBA was the first and only act to feature lip-synching,[86] until the controversial 2004 performance of Ashlee Simpson.

The Saturday Night Live Band (also known as “The Live Band”) is the house band for SNL.

Academy Award-winning composer Howard Shore served as the first musical director, from 1975 to 1980, appearing in many musical sketches, including Howard Shore and His All-Nurse Band and (backing a U. S. Coast Guard chorus) Howard Shore and the Shore Patrol. Over the years, the band has featured several New York studio musicians including Paul Shaffer (1975–1980), Lou Marini (1975–1983), David Sanborn (1975), Michael Brecker (early 1980s), Ray Chew (1980–1983), Alan Rubin (1975–1983), Georg Wadenius (1979–1985), Steve Ferrone (1985), David Johansen (performing as Buster Poindexter), Tom Malone (who took over as musical director from 1981 to 1985), and G. E. Smith (musical director from 1985 to 1995). The band is currently under the leadership of Tower of Power alumnus Lenny Pickett and keyboardists Leon Pendarvis and Katreese Barnes. The number of musicians has varied over the years, but the basic instrumentation has been three saxophones, one trombone, one trumpet, and a rhythm section featuring two keyboards, a guitar, bass, drums, and an extra percussionist, not a permanent part of the band until Valerie Naranjo’s arrival in 1995. The 1983–1984 and 1984–1985 seasons featured the smallest band, a six-piece combo. The band plays instrumentals leading in and out of station breaks; affiliates who run no advertising during these interludes hear the band play complete songs behind a Saturday Night Live bumper graphic until the program resumes.

As of the 2012-2013 season, Meyers and Colin Jost are the show’s co-head writers. Meyers had previously been co-head writer since the 2005-2006 season and becoming the single head writer as of the 2008-2009 season.[61] The “Weekend Update” segment has its own dedicated team of writers led by head writer and producer Alex Baze as of the 2011-2012 season.[62][63] Scenes on “Weekend Update” that involve members of the cast acting in-character alongside the host are often written by staff writers outside of the dedicated team who know those characters better.[63]

SNL writers are often also performers or experienced in writing and improvisational comedy. Many are hired from similar backgrounds such as The Groundlings, Second City, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and ImprovOlympic.[37] Experienced writers with backgrounds in television shows are also sometimes brought into the SNL writing room. Like the SNL cast that step before the cameras, many of the writers have been able to find their own success outside the show such as O’Brien, who was brought into SNL from The Groundlings, went on to writing for The Simpsons, and eventually began hosting his own show,[64] and former head writer Adam McKay who, along with performer Ferrell, founded the successful comedy website Funny or Die.[65] In 2000, Fey became the first female SNL head writer[66][67] and successfully transitioned into starring on the show,[68] as well as writing and starring in feature films,[69][70][71] and ultimately creating and starring in her own show 30 Rock—partly based on her SNL experiences.[72] In 2005, Fey was being paid $1.5 million per season for her dual role as head writer and performer.

Don Pardo served as the announcer for the series when it first began,[74] and has continued in the role for all but season 7 between 1981–1982, when Michaels had left and Mel Brandt and Bill Hanrahan filled the announcing role. In 2004, Pardo announced that he would step down from his position, but then continued in the role until 2009 where he again announced his retirement, but then continued into the 2009-2010 season.[74] In 2010, then 92-year old Pardo was reported to be again considering his retirement, but as of the 2011-2012 season he remains as the announcer. Apart from a brief period in 2006 in which Pardo pre-recorded his announcements at his home in Arizona, he has flown to New York City to perform his announcing duties live.[74] Cast member Darrell Hammond also periodically impersonated Pardo and fulfilled his announcing duties when Pardo was unavailable.

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Posted at 11:51 AM on October 22, 2012  


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Victoria McGuire

Posted at 6:55 PM on October 20, 2012  


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Posted at 5:55 AM on October 20, 2012  

She is woo adorable!

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Posted at 2:46 PM on October 19, 2012  

She is only seven and already has a big belly. Mama June, quit feeding her “skeeti”..

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Posted at 1:52 PM on October 19, 2012  

I think the mom is trying to lose weight. I hope she gets the family healthier. I think there is a lot of love in that family. Say what you want, but they ALL seem happy. Good for her for not buying a new house. She’s keeping it real because she KNOWS the other side. I’m happy for them. Happy Holidays to the whole family.

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