Video: Andy Samberg Returns to 'SNL', Coaches Adam Levine With Cameron Diaz
Andy Samberg made his first appearance on "Saturday Night Live" January 26 since exiting the show in 2012. He helped host Adam Levine bring laughters when the rocker delivered his monologue, joined by Cameron Diaz and Jerry Seinfeld in a spoof to Levine's show "The Voice".
Samberg, Diaz and Seinfeld pitched themselves to be a coach to Levine, saying they would teach him how to make good jokes. While the "SNL" alum and the "Bad Teacher" actress agreed that Levine should take his short off, Seinfeld urged the singer to keep his shirt on.
Samberg also brought back his Lonely Island, teaming up with Levine and musical guest Kendrick Lamar to do a Digital Short where they rapped about YOLO, which stands for "you only live once." Part of the cautious lyrics was, "You know we are still young, so don't be dumb. Don't trust anyone cause you only live once."
Taking on President Barack Obama's inauguration, the episode featured Jay Pharoah as the POTUS having a conversation with the ghost of Martin Luther King Jr. (Kenan Thompson). They discussed Beyonce Knowles' sex appeal and Michelle Obama's bangs among other topics.
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