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SNL Keeps Adding to Their 40th Anniversary Special. Here Are All the Guests So Far

By Vivian Kane | Industry | February 12, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Industry | February 12, 2015 |

Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary special is airing this weekend— not on Saturday (probably because of you weirdos who want to do something romantic or whatever for Valentine’s Day), but on Sunday night (live). To make this show an extra big deal, basically every human being on the planet will be making a cameo. It probably helps that Lorne Michaels has worked with every actor/musician/politician alive today. Apparently, he invited every host, almost every cast member (sorry, Brooks Wheelan), and a bunch of musical guests. Here’s who’s RSVP’d so far:

Fred Armisen
Dan Aykroyd
Alec Baldwin
Jim Carrey
Dana Carvey
Chevy Chase
Dane Cook
Bradley Cooper
Billy Crystal
Jane Curtin
Miley Cyrus
Robert De Niro
Jimmy Fallon
Will Ferrell
Tina Fey
James Franco
Will Forte
Zach Galifianakis
Ana Gasteyer
Bill Hader
Jon Hamm
Tom Hanks
Derek Jeter
Norm MacDonald
Peyton Manning
Steve Martin
Melissa McCarthy
Paul McCartney
Tim Meadows
Seth Meyers
Garrett Morris
Eddie Murphy
Bill Murray
Mike Myers
Kevin Nealon
Laraine Newman
Jack Nicholson
Edward Norton
Joe Piscopo
Amy Poehler
Colin Quinn
Chris Rock
Paul Rudd
Maya Rudolph
Andy Samberg
Adam Sandler
Jerry Seinfeld
Molly Shannon
Martin Short
Paul Simon
David Spade
Emma Stone
Jason Sudeikis
Taylor Swift
Justin Timberlake
Christopher Walken
Kerry Washington
Kanye West
Betty White
Kristen Wiig

That’s sixty guests. SIXTY. Plus, I assume, the regular cast. At this point, why not just round it up to an even million? In order to accommodate all those cameos, Lorne has tacked an extra half hour onto the special, so it’ll run from 8 o’clock to 11:30 this Sunday night.

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