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Stars Banned From 'Saturday Night Live'

Saturday Night Live has seen so many fantastic guest stars over its nearly 50 year run – but not everyone is exactly welcome back to Studio 8H.

From controversial performers who managed to do something shocking on stage to actors and comedians who had confrontations on and off-screen, there are some stars along the way who have done or said something controversial enough to be banned from hosting or performing on the show ever again.

From Sinead O’Connor to Adrien Brody to Martin Lawrence, a surprising amount of talent has been told not to come back.

We’ve rounded up some of the celebrities who are no longer welcome at Saturday Night Live.

Speaking of TV flubs, find out which television shows only lasted for one episode.

Scroll through the slides to see who is not being asked back to SNL

Robert De Niro Pays Tribute To 'Midnight Run' Co-Star Charles Grodin Following His Death

Robert De Niro is paying tribute to his Midnight Run co-star Charles Grodin.

If you missed the news, Charles sadly passed away at the age of 86 from bone marrow cancer this week.

Click inside to see what Robert shared about Charles…More Here! »

Charles Grodin Dead - 'Beethoven' & 'Heartbreak Kid' Star Dies at 86

Charles Grodin, well known for his acting work in films like The Heartbreak Kid, Midnight Run and for playing the father in the Beethoven movies, has passed away at the age of 86.

The 86-year-old actor passed away on Tuesday (May 18) at his home in Wilton, Connecticut. The cause of death was bone marrow cancer, the New York Times reports. No official statement has been released at this time.

Charles has over 70 acting credits to his name with his most recent coming in 2017 with his role in An Imperfect Murder.

Our thoughts are with Charles‘ friends, family, and loved ones during this difficult time. RIP.

We have sadly lost all of these stars in 2021, and we continue to mourn these losses.