During his "Saturday Night Live" hosting stint on October 8, comedian Ben Stiller bought back his popular character Derek Zoolander from his hit 2001 film "Zoolander," to the delight of the "Saturday Night Live" audience.
The male model character, who appeared alongside Bill Hader's "Stefon" character for his recurring city correspondent skit for "Weekend Update," also debuted a new face "look" to accompany his regular "Blue Steel." This one was called "Cold Coffee."
The 45-year-old comedian also showed off a solid Bruce Springsteen impression and dueled with cast member Andy Samberg over V-neck shirts in a digital short. Cast member Taran Killam also had a chance to show off his Brad Pitt impression in a "Moneyball" spoof.
It was the second time Stiller has hosted the long-running show. He was briefly a cast member on the series in 1989. Stiller was appeared on the episode with musical guests Foster The People, who performed their hit single "Pumped Up Kicks." The group also performed their single "Houdini" with a surprise guest appearance by Kenny G.
Up next for Stiller is "Tower Heist" with Eddie Murphy, Matthew Broderick and Casey Affleck. The film hits theaters on November 4.
On October 15, Anna Faris will take her second turn as host of "Saturday Night Live" with musical guest Drake.
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