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US Writers Strike Could Affect Winehouse’s SNL Debut

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US Writers Strike Could Affect Winehouse’s SNL Debut

Published on November 04, 2007 with No Comments

Amy Winehouse’s debut on US satirical show Saturday Night Live is in jeopardy because of the upcoming writer’s strike.

The walk-out, which is expected to start at midnight on Sunday, will upset TV schedules in America, and current affairs comedy shows and satirical programmes are expected to be the worst hit.

Segments on chat shows like The Late Show and The Tonight Show are expected to feature repeats and many shows could go dark because there will be no one to write skits and comedy monologues.

SNL is expected to be one of the worst hit shows – and that means next weekend’s host Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and musical guest Winehouse could find the show cancelled.

The Rock already fears the worst: “I know I’m not gonna do Saturday Night Live now. I was supposed to do it November 10th.”

But the wrestler-turned-movie star holds no grudges: “It’s fine, no big deal, the most important thing is that the writers and everyone come to an agreement.”

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