SNL's Kate McKinnon Explains Why She Left The NBC Show After 'The Best Decade'
Kate McKinnon is opening up about why she left Saturday Night Live while still calling it "the best decade."Kate McKinnon appeared on Live! With Kelly & Ryan, where she discussed her general reasoning behind leaving the long-running variety sketch series. While McKinnon dubbed her wildly successful stint on SNL as “the best decade,” she said it was time for her to move on.
England stand on the brink of immortality as the Lionesses meet Germany in the final of Euro 2022 at Wembley later today.
Sarina Wiegman’s side have stormed their way to the showpiece occasion and are just one win away from making history and lifting their first major trophy, 56 years in the making.
Standing in their way are perhaps England’s greatest rivals.
Germany represent formidable opposition and certainly have previous in causing an England team heartache at Wembley. Two of the early tournament favourites, it feels like a fitting way to cap off what has been a wonderful tournament.
Sex delight for Rishi in Emmerdale as he takes familiar face upstairs
Rishi's love life gets back on track.Taking himself to the salon for a bit of pampering, Rishi attracts the attention of Sandra Flaherty (Joanne Mitchell), whose interest is aroused when he mentions he’s just had a windfall. We know that Sandra is always on the lookout for ways to get a bit of extra cash, and she wastes no time in coming up with a plan.
Wiegman, of course, brings top-level nous. A Euros winner with the Netherlands in 2017, the England coach has brought a level of clam to her team, helping build a platform from which they have thrived.
Destiny awaits this England team and the nation will be watching.
Here’s how to keep across the action.
Where to watch England vs Germany
TV channel: In the UK, the game will be televised live on BBC One, with coverage starting at 4pm.
Live stream: The match will also be broadcast live via the BBC Sport website and iPlayer app.
Live blog: You can follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog.
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Liz Truss's vow to 'ignore' Nicola Sturgeon is the verbal warfare the SNP craves, warns GORDON BROWN .
GORDON BROWN: When I was prime minister, I decided one evening to have the leaders of all Scotland's main political parties over for dinner at my house in Fife. The idea was to show – literally – that my door was open to them.It wasn't as ground-breaking an event as Sidney Poitier's Guess Who's Coming To Dinner and it didn't go perfectly. But nor did I expect it to. The then First Minister Alex Salmond used the occasion to launch his usual demand for independence.