Andrew Garfield, who can currently be seen in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in theaters, hosts Saturday Night Live this weekend.
Lucky for him, he hasn’t done anything stupid or outrageous enough to get banned from the show. Yet.
But there are some celebrities who have been banned from hosting, including:
Adrien Brody – While introducing reggae artist Sean Paul, actor Adrien Brody spiced things up by putting on a wig of dreadlocks and mumbling for 45 seconds in a terrible Jamaican accent. Not cool.
Martin Lawrence – When his monologue got into the subject of lady parts, and how bad they smell, producers started to worry. They didn’t panic, though, until Lawrence started mixing in the rough language.
Steven Seagal – Known to insiders as “biggest jerk to host SNL,” Seagal reportedly wasn’t able to work with writers, was mean to the crew, and had nothing but terrible ideas.
Sinead O'Connor - While singing Bob Marley's "War," the pop star lifted a picture of Pope John Paul II, ripped it up in front of the camera, and shouted, "Fight the real enemy!" The result? The audience reacted with complete silence and Sinead was never invited back to the show. (Maxim)