J.K. Simmons to Host ‘Saturday Night Live’ With D’Angelo

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Whiplash whip-master and new Golden Globes winner J.K. Simmons will remind people that he has a humorous side when he hosts Saturday Night Live on Jan 31st. The uncover will also symbol low-pitched guest D’Angelo‘s initial televised opening given releasing Black Messiah in December.

The actor, whose comedy credits embody personification a father in Juno and appearances on Parks and Recreation and Arrested Development, final seemed on SNL in 1999 when he portrayed his Oz impression Vern Schillinger for a skit in that Jerry Seinfeld went to HBO’s illusory jail after a Seinfeld finale stank.

In Whiplash, that was filmed over 19 days, Simmons played a hyper-serious jazz drum manager Terence Fletcher, who abuses a tyro played by Miles Teller. “[Teller] was demure to be slapped unequivocally tough a dozen of times, and we couldn’t know because he wouldn’t suffer that, that turn of behaving and commitment,” a elder actor recently joked with Rolling Stone’s Peter Travers.

D’Angelo, who has solemnly been easing himself out of reclusion, has not achieved on radio given 2012, when he seemed during both a BET Awards and Essence Music Festival, and has never seemed on SNL. He will be behaving with his subsidy rope a Vanguard.

Shortly after his SNL debut, he will lapse to his roots with a live opening during New York City venue a Apollo, where he won Amateur Night during a age of 16 in 1991. Tickets for a Feb 7th show go on sale Wednesday.

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