Harry Styles imitates Mick Jagger on TV show

"Saturday Night Live" returns on Saturday with another new episode, this time hosted by "SNL" alum Jimmy Fallon who will be joined by musical guest Harry Styles.

Fighting to save his career, the character silently begged Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump to pick him in an Apprentice-style face-off against Bannon, again portrayed as the Grim Reaper. Check out some of the hilarious highlights below!

Ultimately, Baldwin's Trump chose Fallon's Kushner. The sketch ended with a twist that left the audience cheering and applauding. If you've noticed, Conway hasn't been on television much recently. Harry showed off his acting chops ahead of his big screen debut in Christopher Nolan's upcoming film Dunkirk by performing in two SNL skits.

During a SNL skit called Celebrity Family Feud: Time Travel Edition, Harry brought out his hysterical and spookily on-the-money impression of the now 73-year-old Rolling Stones legend. "Harry Styles as Mick Jagger" quickly became a worldwide trending topic on Twitter following the appearance. "That is insane!" Harry-as-1977-era-Mick says.

Rachel Dratch returned to SNL to reprise her role as Denise aka Zazu, the now wife of Pat Sullivan aka Sully (Fallon). Vanessa Bayer, Aidy Bryant, and Kate McKinnon have been at the forefront of this movement, and are at center stage for this sketch about the moments backstage and during a middle school performance of Legally Blonde: The Musical.

The Emmy-winning comedian stopped by SNL to return as White House press secretary Sean Spicer - however this time, the controversial spokesman was dressed as the Easter Bunny to teach little kids about passover.

But really, they've stepped up this season. As you might expect, this version of Spicer was just as over-the-top and angry as the times before.

Fallon, who didn't talk during the sketch, then joined Baldwin's Trump in saying the show's signature sign-on catch phrase, "Live from NY ..."

He later performed his hit single, Sign Of The Times, which was first released on April 7, and quickly rose to the number one spot on the charts.

And then, the new track: "Ever Since New York" had Styles picking up a guitar and launching a ton of speculation about who this song is about, as he wistfully sang of empty avenues in Brooklyn and how he's been "praying ever since New York".

  • Salvatore Jensen