Jack Harlow’s ‘SNL’ Performance Takes Us Back To The 1970s
Jack Harlow transported the audience back to the ’70s while serving as both host and musical guest during one of his appearances on Saturday Night Live this weekend.
On Saturday night’s broadcast of the late-night comedy show, Harlow sang a serene performance of “Lil Secret” while wearing a white suit that was reminiscent of John Travolta’s outfit from the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever and a scarf that matched (October 29).
Midway through the performance, the song changed to Harlow’s number-one hit “First Class,” which was accompanied by a little set change and the appearance of a lighted dance floor beneath the Kentucky rapper’s feet. He was accompanied by a band, two dancers, and other people.
In his second performance of the evening, Harlow sang “State Fair,” the last song off his most recent album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, which also contains the first two songs he performed.
More understated than in his last performance, Harlow sang the song alone on a stage that had been dimmed while donning a green sweatsuit combination and a sleeveless black puffer jacket. Two spotlights alternated colors during the song.
In addition to acting, Harlow will soon make his big-screen debut in a remake of the legendary basketball movie White Men Can’t Jump from 1992.
The part of Billy Hoyle, which was initially played by Woody Harrelson in 1992 original, is being played by the 24-year-old. Sinqua Walls will take on the character of Sidney Deane whom Wesley Snipes played opposite Harlow.
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