“Jack White Joins SNL’s Elite Five-Timers Club: A Look at His Memorable Performances and Sketches”

Jack White has joined the exclusive “Five-Timers Club” on Saturday Night Live, becoming the latest inductee to the elite group of performers who have appeared on the sketch comedy show five or more times.

White’s induction into the Five-Timers Club was announced during his recent appearance on SNL, where he served as both musical guest and guest host. During the show, White performed a selection of songs from throughout his career, including tracks from his latest album, “Boarding House Reach.”

White is the 33rd member to be inducted into the Five-Timers Club, joining the likes of Tom Hanks, Alec Baldwin, and Steve Martin. He first appeared on SNL as a musical guest with The White Stripes back in 2002, and has since made multiple appearances on the show, both as a solo artist and as a member of various other musical projects.

In addition to his musical performances on SNL, White has also appeared in a number of memorable sketches over the years, including a spoof of his own music video for “Lazaretto,” which featured a cameo from Lindsay Lohan.

Overall, Jack White’s induction into the Five-Timers Club is a testament to his enduring popularity and his status as one of the most influential musicians of his generation. It also serves as a reminder of the rich history of Saturday Night Live, which has provided a platform for countless artists to showcase their talent over the past four decades.

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