Video: Lil Wayne and Eminem Take Over 'SNL'

Plus: Watch Akon assist Lonely Island on 'I Just Had Sex'

December 20, 2010 1:20 PM ET

Saturday Night Live recruited Eminem and Lil Wayne for their last show of 2010, with the two MCs dueting on their vindictive, Haddaway-sampling single "No Love." The sample of the   hit "What Is Love" (enshrined on SNL in Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan's Roxbury skits) was still intact during Saturday's performance, although a live band also accompanied the duo.

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Later in the show, Lil Wayne -- making his second TV appearance since his release from prison in early November -- took the stage solo to perform his just-released single "Six Foot Seven Foot." The Bangladesh-produced track debuted online last Tuesday and is currently the Number One song on the iTunes Store's singles chart.

The joke-rap duo Lonely Island also debuted a new song, the Akon-assisted "I Just Had Sex," during Saturday's broadcast. The boast-filled track is something of a successor to the duo's similarly overexcited "Jizz In My Pants"; the video stars Gossip Girl's Blake Lively and Little Fockers' Jessica Alba as Andy Samberg and Jorma Taccone's less-than-impressed paramours.

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