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Rihanna Goes 'Long' With Andy Samberg in New 'SNL' Promo

May 4, 2012 (7:49 am) GMT
The 'We Found Love' hitmaker and Eli Manning, who will host the May 5 episode of the variety series, claim they are not nervous about performing live in ridiculous outfits.

Billed as a musical guest on "" this week, has appeared alongside in a promo video for the NBC show. Donning a tiny leather top, the Bajan beauty and go "long", which is a football reference for NFL player Manning but is apparently also a term for high-five greeting on the show.

In another clip, the "SNL" regular asks if Riri and Manning are scared about performing live for millions of people while wearing ridiculous outfits. The "" star and the New York Giants quarterback, however, look pretty confident as claiming that they have done it all the time.

The May 5 episode of "SNL" will mark the first time Manning hosts the show, and the third time Riri visits the variety series. Executive producer Lorne Michaels recently confirmed that people can expect to see the 24-year-old songstress in a skit or two, like she did in her previous appearances.

"Yes, are hoping so," he told MTV. "We'll know [soon]. I wish I could report on everything that's been written [and] if this were tomorrow, I could. I know that there are a lot of things in the works, but I don't frankly know how they turned out. And I think it's our intention."



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