Celebs who’ve hosted Saturday Night Live are in a particular membership — and just lately, they’ve made headlines for lifting one another up.
It began when Regina King shared a cute submit-it word message from the earlier week’s host, Dan Levy. The director shared the straightforward encouragement (“You bought this!”) on her Instagram Story with the caption:
“Awww. You’re the very best @instadanjlevy You crushed it! #snl”
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The subsequent week, Bridgerton’s Regé-Jean Web page revealed his personal word from the acclaimed actress, which learn:
“Regé-Jean, You bought subsequent and you’ll be wonderful!!! I’m a giant fan!”
Carrying on the sample, the following host Nick Jonas snapped a selfie together with his submit-it from the Netflix star, which suggested:
“Simply have the BEST time Nick!”
— NICK JONɅS (@nickjonas) February 28, 2021
The Schitt’s Creek creator obtained quite a lot of credit score for beginning an cute custom. However in an interview with At present late final week, he admitted:
“I really feel the necessity to make clear this… I didn’t begin [the tradition]. I sort of continued it.”
In actual fact, the 37-12 months-previous determined to write down his personal word after discovering one from Woody Harrelson to Phoebe Waller-Bridge from the earlier season in his dressing room. He defined:
“So I requested if I might depart a word for Regina as a result of the method is such an odd expertise. … Unusual, fantastic and intimidating expertise that like, a bit of word from the person who had simply performed it felt like such a candy vote of confidence.”
Contemplating we’re in SNL’s forty sixth season, it’s seemingly these aren’t the one cases of host-to-host contact. (Woody himself has hosted 4 occasions, so there’s even a superb likelihood he’s been leaving these notes for years!) However we’re gonna give Dan credit score for revitalizing the development — and we hope different hosts proceed to share their candy messages with us!
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