Fall Out Boy banned from Saturday Night Live?

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Fall Out Boy think they might be banned from 'Saturday Night Live' after bass player Pete Wentz almost caused the set to fall down in 2013.

Fall Out Boy think they could be banned from 'Saturday Night Live' after Pete Wentz put his foot through the set's walls.

The 'Uma Thurman' hitmakers last played the American TV comedy sketch show in 2013 and Pete doesn't think they will be invited back after his embarrassing mishap.

Pete, 36, recalled: "I think I put my foot through the wall at 'SNL' and they're like, 'Those are made out of papier mache ... We have not been invited back since."

Frontman Patrick, 31, added: "The whole set almost fell over."

And Patrick said the band - who formed in Chicago in 2001 and also includes drummer Andy Hurley and guitarist Joe Trohman - would put on wild displays at their gigs in the early days but admitted they "didn't know any better".

He told Billboard magazine: "When we were younger, we just didn't know anything, we didn't know what we weren't supposed to do, so we'd jump off rafters and break things and that was always a hard act to follow and it was all just because we didn't know any better. We were too dumb to know any better."


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