Adam Levine “SNL” Monologue Features Cameron Diaz, Jerry Seinfeld, video below. Adam Levine opened his “Saturday Night Live” hosting duties with a monologue riffing on “The Voice.” Surprise guests Andy Samberg,Cameron Diaz, and Jerry Seinfeldeach spun around in chairs, offering Levine advice and offering to become his “ acting coach.”
The man who played Kramer on Seinfeld, actor Michael Richards, has been in a lot of Mel-Gibson-style hot water during the past few years. Â First he got in trouble for dropping the N-bomb several times in anger during one of his stand-up routines in 2006, and now it appears he’s being accused of going nuts and attacking a photographer. Â Brendon O’Neal, the photographer in question, claims that he was approached by Richards on August 25th, and that Richards suddenly launched an all-out attack.
According to the lawsuit, Richards punched and kicked O’Neal repeatedly and without provocation, and that it appeared Richards was aiming for O’Neals hands and camera. Â I’ll be the first to admit that the paparazzi can be annoying as hell, but Richards doesn’t exactly have a great track record for controlling himself, and I wonder how his defense will be presented. Â We’ll see.
Two weeks after Lady Gaga flipped off the world at large during a Mets vsÂ Yankees game, Jerry Seinfeld is slamming the pop star for being “a jerk.” Seinfeld ended up with Lady Gaga in his box after her now infamous vulgar finger display and he’s definitely not a fan.
“This woman is a jerk. I hate her,” Jerry Seinfeld said in an interview with WFAN radio. “I can’t believe they put her in my box, which I paid for.”
Barely dressed in a bra, panties and a half-openÂ Yankees jersey, Lady Gaga was moved to Seinfeld’s box after wielding her middle fingers against photographers and the opposing team. Gaga was reportedly pissed at being seated too close to a gaggle of photographers,
Seinfeld, meanwhile, was not very pleased at having Lady Gaga moved to his box.
“You give people the finger and you get upgraded? Is that the world we’re living in now?” he said… “I don’t know what these young people think or how they promote their careers,” Seinfeld said. “I wish her the best. You take one ‘A’ off of that and you’ve got gag.”
As for Lady Gaga, her response to the flap over her rude gestures was simple. “A middle finger is more New York than a corporate ambush. I bleed for my hometown, and I’d die for my fans.”