The Weeknd joined an R&B trio during his latest appearance on Saturday Night Live.
The group—which also featured Kenan Thompson and Chris Redd—sang “On the Couch,” a song about being in the dog house with your significant other. Thompson, Redd, and Abel Tesfaye are all sent to sleep on the couch after fighting with their respective lovers. While it’s eventually revealed that Thompson cheated on his girl and Redd ran up credit card bills with his, Abel’s situation is the funniest of all when we find out that he and his girl broke up five years ago, and she’s remarried. Daniel Craig also makes a cameo.
This is The Weeknd’s third appearance on Saturday Night Live. He also fittingly appeared on the Weekend Update segment, to briefly say, “Feel good,” while coughing.
Later in the episode, the singer performed the songs “Blinding Lights” and “Scared to Live” from his highly-anticipated fourth studio album After Hours.
Craig hosted SNL twice this week, which was initially intended to act as promo for his forthcoming James Bond film No Time to Die. However, due to the coronavirus outbreak, the movie’s release has been delayed from April to November. The Weekend Update even makes light of the delay, with Colin Jost saying, “I think they should have still released it in April but taken out the ‘No.’”