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Topic - Maya Rudolph
There's no kitchen sink, but Maya Rudolph has thrown just about everything else into the opening number of her variety series inspired NBC special, "The Maya Rudolph Show."
They partied like it was 1999 _ the audience and the musicians _ at a Prince tribute concert at Carnegie Hall.
The women of "Saturday Night Live" haven't fared as well as the men when it comes to movie stardom. Despite the tremendous platform the program has provided, few of the female talents have found big-screen success.
Burnett's show "touched me in the same way that 'Saturday Night Live' did," she said. "It was sort of this environment that was created that felt like this special place, and anything was possible. And people were just naturally giddy and happy when they came on."
"Well, there's only one, I'm not going to lie," Rudolph said with a smile. "There's one pony that just shows up. I just felt like it was important to have."