‘SNL’ message to Paris: Saturday Night Live
Published: November 16, 2015
‘SNL’ message to Paris: Saturday Night Live, In the wake of the tragic attacks on Paris on Friday, Nov. 13, Saturday Night Live opted for a somber cold open for its Saturday, Nov. 14 show. In place of a monologue from the host of the evening — Elizabeth Banks — the show opted for a tribute for the City of Light.
Cast member Cecily Strong offered a message of solidarity for the touching moment.
“Paris is the city of light, and here in New York City, we know that light will never go out,” she said in English, before translating the words into French.
The rest of the show played out as planned, however, with the 1960s-era “Adventures of Young Ben Carson” making the loudest splash.
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