Stupid headline aside, Deadline reports that SNL has chosen its newest announcer in the vein of ex-cast member Darrell Hammond.
He holds the record for longest tenure on the show and, at this point, it seems as though no one will be able to beat that. He's going to succeed Don Pardo who passed away in August at age 96. Hammond will begin his announcing at the beginning of the 40th season on September 27 with everyone's idol Chris Pratt and my future wife Ariana Grande.
Hammond last appeared on SNL as a cast member in 2009 after 14 years. His best impersonations include Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Sean Connery and Al Gore.