Carly Rae Jepsen Makes ‘SNL’ Debut with ‘I Really Like You’ & ‘All That’

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Saturday Night Live really likes Carly Rae Jepsen. Last night, she made her debut on the show.

Jepsen kicked things off with her latest single “I Really Like You,” sans Tom Hanks unfortunately.

Later, Jepsen debuted a new song called “All That” with help from producer Ariel Rechstaid on bass and Dev Hynes on guitar.

The new track, which she called “My heart song of the album” on Twitter, has a bit of a ’80s feel. “Just let me in your arms,” she sings sweetly. “Show me if you want me, if I’m all that.”

Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake’s History Of “SNL” Rap Was Perfect

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Even before Steven Martin’s star-studded monologue during SNL’s 40th anniversary special, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake teamed up to pay tribute to the sketch comedy show as they do best…

Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake's History Of "SNL" Rap Was Perfect

With a “History of SNL” rap, remixing some of the show’s most legendary quotes. Like this one of Billy Crystal’s…

And this one of Alec Baldwin’s…

And this one of, well, Justin Timberlake’s.

As if that wasn’t enough, Rachel Dratch revived her legendary Debbie Downer character to bring it all back to reality.

Watch the full rap here:

SNL Books Amazing Lineup for 40th Anniversary Special

This coming Sunday night, Saturday Night Live will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a special airing.

The full guest list for the episode has been revealed. Among the music folks are Kanye West, Jack White, Sir Paul McCartney,Arcade Fire, Fiona Apple, Elvis Costello, Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, and Paul Simon.

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Nobody Does it Like Prince– Watch Prince Make SNL History

Last night (November 1), Prince appeared as a musical guest on Saturday Night Live.

Prince made history by performing an uninterrupted 8 minute medley of tracks.

The episode was hosted by one-time Saturday Night Live cast member Chris Rock and marked Prince’s first appearance on the show since 2006.

Prince played:
‘Plectrum Electrum’
‘Another Love’

This Day in Music History — October 18

1922 : The British Broadcasting Corporation, or BBC, the first national broadcasting corporation, is founded on this day in London.

1963 : Chuck Berry is released from prison after serving 20 months for a Mann Act violation (transporting a minor across state lines for immoral purposes).

1974 : Al Green’s “Grits Incident”: When a stewardess friend of Green’s shows up to meet the singer, he ends up at his Memphis home with her and his companion, Mary Woodson. When Green takes a bath, Woodson pours a pot of boiling grits in the tub, burning him badly before going in the next room and killing herself with his gun. Green takes these disturbing events as a sign from God and focuses his career on Gospel music and preaching.

1984 : Jazz bassist Esperanza Spalding is born in Portland, Oregon. She won the 2011 Grammy Award for Best New Artist, becoming the first Jazz artist to do so… while beating out nominee Justin Bieber in the process.

2008 : Adele is the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, performing “Cold Shoulder” and “Chasing Pavements.” Sarah Palin is on the show, which leads to a huge audience and lots of exposure for Adele, which gives her a huge boost in America.

This Day in Music History — October 11

1973 : The divorce between Elvis and Priscilla Presley is finalized. The two remain close friends and walk out of the Santa Monica courthouse arm in arm.

1975 : Saturday Night Live – at the time called Saturday Night – makes its debut on NBC. Music is a big part of the show, and the first episode features two musical guests performing two songs each: Janis Ian doing “At Seventeen” and “In the Winter,” and Billy Preston playing “Nothing from Nothing” and “Fancy Lady.”

1991 : Apple Computers reaches an agreement with The Beatles’ Apple Corps, paying $26.5 million for the rights to run music software – an update to their 1981 deal that prohibited the computer maker from selling anything music-related. The deal is revised from time to time as Apple Computer makes music a major part of their business.

2003 : Justin Timberlake makes his first appearance on Saturday Night Live, doing double-duty as host and musical guest. It’s the first of many appearances he will make on the show through the coming years; his sketches will eventually grow to include a Bee Gees parody, a sketch about dating Lady Gaga, a bailiff in a courtroom trial of an alligator, “the Target lady,” appearing in drag onstage with Beyoncé, and the infamous “Dick in a Box” sketch.

Ariana Grande brings the pop for ‘SNL’ Debut

Ariana Grande opened Saturday Night Live‘s 40th season as its first musical guest last night.

For the first act, Grande donned her kitty ears for a performance of her latest single “Break Free.”

For the second number, Grande gave “Love Me Harder” its live premiere, bringing out the Weeknd as a semi-surprise guest on the duet. (SThe song is set to emerge later this month as the third single for My Everything.

Watch below