Actor Jonah Hill made his fourth hosting appearance on "Saturday Night Live" this week and rocked in the hosting role, giving as good as he got in the joke department.
Right off the bat, he faced a question about his star power, considering his on-screen roles have dwindled lately. "What's it like being a movie star?" Kyle Mooney asked as a question for the audience. "I mean, can you ask one of your friends?"
He dealt with it all like a pro.
Hill came in and did what he does best — be goofy no matter what. He started things by performing "Jumpman" in his monologue with musical guest Future. Hill teased an appearance by Drake, who normally performs on "Jumpman," but they quickly said that Drake couldn't make it, so Hill offered to fill in himself. It’s not surprising that the actor elicited a smile with his hip-hop talents.
That was a pretty good way to get things started. Not exactly as good as an appearance from Leonardo DiCaprio, but it’ll do for this fourth appearance of Jonah Hill on SNL.