Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk should be involved Saturday Night Live on May 8, the official account of the show he wrote Saturday. And I have many questions, why: Why?
Musk can be identified by his own unusual jokes, for lack of better words, on Twitter, but is it still fun enough to save 90 minutes on video games? SNL seems to be hoping that way. And no, his friend Grimes is no stranger to the stage. The title goes to Miley Cyrus, who will appear for the sixth time on SNL.
As Variety notes, SNL but had several businesses in the past, including New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner in 1990 and NBC’s Brandon Tartikoff in 1983, but Musk was the first professional CEO.
His businesses have been making headlines in recent weeks, positive or negative. Last week, NASA hired SpaceX to make it first lander for a month from the Apollo program, and its Crew Dragon spacecraft when he arrives safely and the International Space Station early Saturday morning, the third production company. However, Tesla has been set on fire however due to the movement of motor vehicles, or Autopilot, after serious accident in Texas. Federal security officials announced the investigation, in which Tesla believes that non-drivers met the price and burning fire, earlier this week.
Musk has made several cultural pops over the years, especially in the Iron Man 2 and The Big Bang Theory–and celebrities smoking connector and Joe Rogan when he appeared on the podcast, The experience of Joe Rogan. But can his sense of humor and good sense of humor really translate? I guess we’ll find out in a few weeks.