Emma Stone Joins Exclusive Five-Timers Club on “Saturday Night Live”
Emma Stone, the renowned actress, took center stage on Saturday Night Live for the fifth time, cementing her membership in the prestigious Five-Timers Club. The club, reserved for the most esteemed hosts of the late-night comedy show, was commemorated in Stone’s monologue as she was joined by fellow club members Tina Fey and Candice Bergen.
During the monologue, Fey playfully spoke about the perks of being a member, revealing that Bergen had created a designated “women’s section” within the club. Fey jokingly touted the amenities of this section, including showers, a locker room, and even a portrait of fellow comedian Martin Short, complete with cut-out eyes for comedic effect.
As the trio regaled the audience with amusing anecdotes, Bergen recalled an incident involving a ventriloquist dummy that turned out to be none other than John Mulaney. The audience erupted with laughter as they shared in the hilarity of the encounters within the comedic inner circle.
In a traditional gesture, Stone was presented with the exclusive Five-Timers Club jacket. However, to her surprise, she found a stray joint in one of the pockets, initially believing it belonged to actor Woody Harrelson. The unexpected discovery brought yet more laughter to the audience. But the surprises didn’t end there; Stone also stumbled upon a vaccine card inside the jacket. Fey couldn’t resist joking that the card definitely couldn’t belong to Harrelson.
This induction into the Five-Timers Club was a light-hearted and humorous affair. Stone was warmly welcomed by the comedic powerhouses of Fey and Bergen, along with their fellow club members, showcasing the camaraderie and fun-loving atmosphere that has come to define this exclusive group.
As Emma Stone joins the ranks of the Five-Timers Club, she solidifies her status as an esteemed host on Saturday Night Live. Her hosting gig was filled with laughter, playful banter, and the comedic brilliance that fans of the late-night sketch show have come to expect.