Colin Jost is opening up about wedding plans and Saturday Night Live’s possible come back to TV. The Weekend Update grapple brought in to SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live on Monday and dished about how he and life partner Scarlett Johansson have needed to reexamine their wedding plans in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Jost, who has been advancing his new book, A Very Punchable Face: A Memoir, said he and Johansson have “obviously” needed to make sense of what the future resembles for getting married in view of all the vulnerability on the planet – and with respect to the real everyday abilities of the court framework.
“We don’t have the foggiest idea what’s even legitimately permitted, right?” Jost stated, including, “This is likewise not an opportunity to get all your old, in danger family members together in one major gathering.”
Jost proceeded to state that, now, they truly don’t know “when that second will be” that they can really have a wedding function.
“We don’t have the foggiest idea whether we could do a live show for SNL yet, not to mention have a wedding where the crowd is older folks,” Jost shared.
Jost and Johansson got occupied with May 2019 following two years of dating. The pair have remained to a great extent close-lipped regarding their wedding plans in the months since.
Later explaining on what Saturday Night Live may resemble when season 46 commences in the not so distant future, Jost admitted to Cohen that they despite everything don’t have a clue whether the show will be back in the studio or on the off chance that they should continue creating far off scenes from home.
“We’re looking out for … what the New York state rules are, and what the paces of disease are, by then,” clarified Jost, who fills in as both a cast part and head author on the arrangement.
“Obviously we’d all affection to do it in the studio and have a crowd of people, and do it as near typical as could be expected under the circumstances,” he included. “In any case, I don’t realize which stage we’ll be in and what’s attainable.”
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