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‘Saturday Night Live’ Controversies Through the Years: Photos

first_imgThe moment, while awkward, did not ruin the Ashlee Simpson Show alum’s chances of being invited back. She returned as a musical guest the following year.The same cannot be said for other stars who sparked backlash on the show. Martin Lawrence is among those who have been banned from appearing after delivering a highly controversial monologue when he hosted in February 1994.“I don’t give a damn,” the comedian said during a 2020 appearance on The Breakfast Club. “I’m not banned from SNL. They banned me from NBC at the time for a minute. But then they realized the way it went down wasn’t what they thought and then they sent me an apology letter.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Ashlee Simpson, for one, made her mark in October 2004 when she flubbed her appearance as musical guest. While on stage for her second song of the night, “Autobiography,” a vocal track for “Pieces of Me,” which she had already performed, began playing. She walked off the stage after dancing briefly. Viewers were outraged that she planned to lip-sync.“It’s definitely not difficult to talk about. … That was a very long time ago,” Simpson told E! News in August 2018 when asked about the infamous incident. “It’s something that happened to me, and things in life happen to you and they make you stronger and they make you a better performer, a better person. I think things like that build your character and your strength and it’s how you handle them.”- Advertisement – With live TV, unexpected twists are bound to happen! Saturday Night Live has weathered more than one scandal in its decades-long run, thanks to its format and its entire premise as a sketch comedy show.The NBC series premiered in October 1975 and has become a central source for those who hope to get a laugh out of current events. However, Saturday Night Live has also found itself as the butt of the joke throughout the years due to musical guest snafus, headline-making host choices and more.- Advertisement – Scroll through the gallery below to revisit the biggest Saturday Night Live controversies of all time.last_img read more

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Viola M. Huber, 88, Brookville

first_imgViola M. Huber, age 88, of Brookville, Indiana died Monday afternoon December 16, 2019 at Reid Health in Richmond.Born May 14, 1931 in Franklin County, she was one of three children born to the late Alfred & Mabel A. (Hoff) Huber.Viola worked for many years at FCN Bank in Brookville where she began her career as a book keeper on November 17, 1952, having held various positions, before retiring as V.P. on April 25, 2003. She was a member of the Franklin County Historical Society, chairperson of the Franklin County Heart Association and was previously President of the Bernard Hurst Post #77 American Legion Ladies Auxiliary where she also served as secretary for several years; and served as general chairperson of the annual poppy sales. Viola was also a charter member of the Career Girls Home Ec Club and a former member of the Red Hats Organization.Viola enjoyed bluegrass music and attended the Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival in Wilmington, Ohio as well as Bill Monroe’s Outdoor Bluegrass Festival in Brown County. She bowled in various tournaments alongside good friend Mary Lorenz when she was a member of the FCNB bowling team. Viola loved to travel to various states and enjoyed cooking and baking for family functions. She is well known for her homemade pies, cakes, noodles and german potato salad. Her homemade cookies were enjoyed at Franklin County blood drives.Survivors include a sister, Sylvia Precht of Blooming Grove, Indiana, a brother, Marvin Huber of Brookville, Indiana. Also surviving are close friends Jerry and Vickie Banks of Florida; their children Brittany Banks and Destin Banks; and grandchildren Cole, Cayman and Campbell Stranahan.Family & friends may visit from 4:00-8:00 P.M. on Friday, December 20, 2019 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.Funeral services will be conducted on Saturday, December 21, 2019 at 11:00 A.M. at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home and will be officiated by Rev. David Johnston. Burial will follow in St. Jacobs United Church of Christ Cemetery, 29959 Blue Creek Road, Sunman, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be directed to St. Jacobs United Church of Christ Cemetery Fund or the charity of the donor’s choice.  The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the Huber family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com.last_img read more

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