“Saturday Night Live” alum Tina Fey returns to host the show on Sept. 28, 2013, with musical guest, Arcade Fire. To promote the 39th season premiere, she and the band filmed some clips with, one involving disturbing masks.
In the promos, Tina realizes a strange, lifelong musical dream; she and the band stares at the camera, as Arcade Fire wears creepy paper mache masks that make them appear soulless; and mistaken identities solve why everyone likes each other so much.
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This will be the fourth time that Arcade Fire has appeared on “SNL” and on this occasion will preview new songs off their upcoming record, “Reflektor, according to Baeble Music.
This will also be the fourth time Tina has hosted “SNL,” as she also did so in 2008, 2010, and 2011, after leaving the show in 2006.
Now that “30 Rock” is no longer, she is pursuing more big screen projects, such as “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,” which is in post-production, but is due out this year; plays Nadya in the feature film “Muppets Most Wanted,” to be released in 2014; and is now filming the comedy “This is Where You Live,” according to IMDB.
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