Saturday Night Live will be close their 40th season with a bang. The late-night comedy sketch show has announced the star-studded lineup for its final three episodes starting next month.

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We thought it was gone for good, but BET has announced that they are bringing MTV’s Punk’d to its network. Apparently, the revamped show will be “tailored for the BET audience and would include behind-the-scenes look at how the celebrity pranks are conceptualized and carried through.”

I guess it’s unlikely Asthon Kucher will be back — who hosted the show from 2003 to 2007 — with a one-off in 2012.

“Black consumers experience BET Networks differently than any other network because of our 35 years of history, tremendous experience and insights. We continue to give our viewers what they want – high quality content that respects, reflects and elevates them.” said BET Networks chairman and CEO Debra Lee. “With more hours of original programming than ever before, our new shows coupled with our returning hits like Being Mary Jane and Nellyville make our original slate stronger than ever.”

Stay tuned for more updates.

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Newcomer Natalie La Rose has made her mark on the music scene, heating up the charts with her single “Somebody.” Currently the No. 11 song on Billboard’s Hot 100, the Dutch-native made her television debut on The Ellen Show, performing the song alongside Jeremih. Watch the performance below and check out the official remix with Jeremih, Fetty Wap, Sage the Gemini, and Troy Ave here.

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Comedian Amy Schumer is having a particularly no-f*cks-given week and deserves to be saluted for that. On Tuesday night, she managed to both upstage Kanye and Kim Kardashian by fake-falling in front of them on the Time 100 gala red carpet, and simultaneously reveal their total composed lack of consideration for the lesser beings who unfortunately share this planet. GOTCHA, Kimye! I mean just look at the complete lack of reaction.

According to Amy, she asked her publicist if she could pretend to faceplant in from of them, and the publicist said…”well, I can’t stop you.” That’s a green light.

But while Schumer was flopping in front of Yeezy, her Comedy Central sketch comedy series, Inside Amy Schumer, was jumping off season 2…the two highlights being: 1) a catchy music video (co-starring Amber Rose and Method Man) about what America’s butt obsession really ignores. And 2) an incredible parody (co-starring Josh Charles of The Good Wife) of Friday Night Lights which addresses football’s rape culture. Ooof!


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Props to the 90′ sitcom gawds because a Full House spinoff has been confirmed for release on Netflix. Last night (Apr 20), John Stamos aka Uncle Jesse appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to break the news.

Stamos says the spinoff has been in the works for years, but the original creators have finally sealed the deal. There will be a reunion and then a spinoff into a new story. According to Stamos, it will revolve around D.J. and Kimmy Kibler, who have families of their own now. There’s no word on how many of the original cast members will return — but stay tuned.

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Monday was an emotional roller coaster for Big Sean, who began the day confirming his split from former girlfriend Ariana Grande. Hours later, the Detroit rapper appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, delivering a touching performance of “One Man Can Change the World.” Dedicated to his grandmother who passed last year, the song is off Big Sean’s No. 1 album Dark Sky Paradise.

Watch the performance, plus Big Sean faces off against LL Cool J and Rose Byrne in a game of Pictionary below.

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The 2015 NBA Playoffs are already producing their share of excitement — Blake Griffin putting poor old Aron Baynes on a pair of posters, anyone? — but it’s never a bad time for some basketball nostalgia. Almost a year after making its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival, 214 Films’ Allen Iverson documentary, IVERSON, will finally air on May 16 on Showtime. And if this new trailer is anything to go by, expect to shed a thug tear or two by the end of the film.

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Jamie Foxx appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night, announced his new album Hollywood and revealing its cover. Foxx sat down with Kimmel to discuss his new album and its title, previewed a few songs acapella, his daughter Annalise Bishop posing with various celebrities at this year’s GRAMMYs, and did a segment where he sang various Tinder profiles live.

The Grammy Award-winning singer later moved to the AT&T Outdoor Stage, bringing out special guest Chris Brown to perform the album’s lead single “You Changed Me.”

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Tyler, The Creator sits down with PBS’ Tavis Smiley for his first interview since the release of his new album Cherry Bomb. More composed than usual, yet candid as ever, Tyler talks about working with the legendary Roy Ayers, how the public perception of him is slowly changing and giving kids the confidence to say eff the system and pursue their passions.

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Wiz Khalifa appeared on The Ellen Show on Wednesday afternoon, serving as musical guest. Closing on the show, Wiz and special guest Charlie Puth performed their Furious 7 collaboration “See You Again.” The song, a tribute to the late Paul Walker, bumped Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ 14-week reign at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.

Watch the performance and Khalifa’s conversation with MTV News, where he breaks down making “See You Again.”

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