Maya Rudolph Parodies Rachel Dolezal on Late Night with Seth Meyers

Maya Rudolph found herself in a hairy situation on Monday night.

The Best (and Weirdest) Advice from 2015's Famous Commencement Speakers

Graduation season is well underway, as many colleges and universities across the country have already celebrated, and said farewell, to the class of 2015. No graduation ceremony would be complete without a commencement address, often done by a renowned guest.

This year a slew of famous faces were on hand to offer graduating seniors across the country real-world advice – some of it useful, some of it a little wacky.

Saturday Night Live: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary Special's Best Comebacks and Cameos

Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary had enough star power to light up all of Manhattan. Even at three and a half hours long, some of the much-hyped appearances left us wanting more – in a good way. Whether their sketches were sentimental or sidesplitting, five celebrity regulars and five SNL vets stood out from the remarkable pack.

Maya Rudolph Would Be 'Crazy' to Have More Kids

“I don’t remember anything before motherhood,” Rudolph tells PEOPLE.

Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling and More Celebs Who Have Been Friends Since They Were Kids

And They Sing, Too: Celebs with Surprise Musical Pasts

Fans of Orange Is the New Black surely remember the scene at the end of the first season in which seemingly mute Norma (Annie Golden) breaks her silence by singing. Golden’s sweet voice surprised viewers, and they might be just as shocked to learn that the actress has a history as a singer.

SNL Season Finale Recap: The Return of Andy Samberg And Many Others

Saturday Night Live generally keeps its departed cast members close, unless you’ve done something to really offend the show. So having Golden Globe winner and Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg on to host the last episode of the show’s season wasn’t a stretch, though the parade of alumni the show brought out at different points felt appropriately momentous for a season-closer.

The show’s cold open tackled the Jay Z/Solange drama (or “Elevatorgate”), with Maya Rudolph returning to play Beyoncé.

Amy Poehler: Female Friends Will Outlast the Men in Your Life

It’s no surprise to hear that Amy Poehler is all about girl power.

The former Saturday Night Live star, who should be asked to host every awards show with her pal Tina Fey, reveals in the March Ladies’ Home Journal that she works hard to maintain her friendships with her girlfriends.

6 Things to Know About Sasheer Zamata, Saturday Night Live's Newest Cast Member

After its lack of diversity became a social-media talking point and topic for criticism, Saturday Night Live officially hired comedian Sasheer Zamata on Monday.

The addition marks the first time a black woman has been a cast regular since Maya Rudolph left the long-running variety show in 2007.

Saturday Night Live Is Casting at Least One Female African-American

Saturday Night Live plans to add one or two black female performers to its cast as soon as January.

A representative for the NBC sketch-comedy show on Thursday confirmed reports it’s answering complaints about its lack of diversity by staging showcases to choose at least one black female cast member and to hire her within weeks.

In recent weeks, the show has seen two-dozen candidates in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York.