‘Saturday Night Live’: Will Vince Vaughn Prove He’s Worth the 15-Year Wait?

‘Saturday Night Live’: Will Vince Vaughn Prove He’s Worth the 15-Year Wait?

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SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Vince Vaughn" Episode 1638 -- Pictured: (l-r) Bobby Moynihan, Vince Vaughn -- (Photo by: Dana Edelson/NBC)

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Despite his need to promote star-making turns in films like Old School, Wedding Crashers, and The Break-Up, it’s been 15 years since Vince Vaughn first hosted Saturday Night Live. That’s right — just two years after the success of Swingers and one day after the embarrassment of Gus Van Sant’s Psycho remake, Vaughn performed his first, and, until now, last, stint as SNL host in 1998.

Worried about a repeat Psycho jinx? Too A-list for the comedy affair? Whatever Vaughn’s reason was for avoiding Studio 8H for 15 years, the actor has clearly reversed his position, hosting alongside musical guest Miguel Saturday to promote June 7’s The Internship, co-starring Owen Wilson. And, based on the promo for his stint, he’s ready to be part of SNL‘s team, even if he has the unenviable task of following up Melissa McCarthy’s superstar performance.   

But will you be happy that the Wedding Crashers star crashed Studio 8H? Talk about the episode here, and be sure to return Sunday morning for our full recap of the night’s events!

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