Sunday, May 6, 2012

Eli manning saturday night live

  • Although Eli Manning said he was a little bit out of [his] element as first-time host of Saturday Night Live, the famous footballer proved he can also score when it comes to comedy.
  • (Entertainment Online)
  • New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning ventured a little outside his element to host Saturday Night Live for the first time. Manning dressed in drag as Miss Chicken Fried Steak, a competitor in the Miss Drag World 2012 competition.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Dude looks like a lady! Eli Manning may have taken home this years Super Bowl trophy, but on this weekends Saturday Night Live, the football star had trouble coming to terms with the fact that he couldnt win another important prize.
  • (WonderWall)
  • Last night's Saturday Night Live, hosted by New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning with musical guest Rihanna, drew a 5.2/13 in the metered-market households.
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  • In a conference call earlier this week, Lorne Michaels told reporters that he thinks athletes generally make good SNL hosts because they're used to performing live and having to cope with the unexpected.
  • (Entertainment Weekly Online)
  • Eli Manning, the well known quarterback for the Giants, performed his role as the host of Saturday Night Live (SNL) in the same way he plays: slick moves, coupled with solid highlights.
  • (The Epoch Times)
  • Eli Manning's championship season was defined by comebacks, and after a shaky start to his hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live," the Giants quarterback found his comedic groove and timing.
  • (Newsday)
  • For once, New York Giants QB Eli Manning made us laugh and not cry, scream or curse.
  • (Boston Globe)
  • Eli Manning starred on the NFLs biggest prime-time stage twice. That should make proving hes not ready for prime time a whole lot easier.
  • (Sporting News)
  • Tom Brady officially has nothing on Eli Manning. The Super Bowl-winning New York Giants quarterback appeared on "Saturday Night Live" last night and was funnier and warmer than Brady has ever been on camera.
  • (Wall Street Journal)

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