Natalie Portman hosted SNL this week with musical guest Dua Lipa. SNL funnywomen Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch also stopped by for a hilarious Super Bowl sketch.
SNL took another jab at Donald Trump this week with its Fox And Friends cold open. The sketch focused on recent happenings in the political landscape with Alec Baldwin returning as Donald Trump for the first time in many weeks.
Natalie Portman Opening Monologue
Natalie Portman’s monologue turned into a huge promo for the upcoming Winter Olympics. Throughout the monologue Keenan and Kate McKinnon did a play-by-play of Portman’s monologue. It also includes the NBC Olympics Correspondent Leslie Jones.
Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch stopped by to play Americans on opposite sides of the Revolutionary War. With the Super Bowl happening the next day, Tina and Amy played very extreme versions of what might be Eagles and Patriots fans. Check out the hilarious sketch below!
Dua Lipa Performs
Dua Lipa performed two songs this week on SNL. Check out her performances of “New Rules” and “Homesick.”
Coming Up on SNL
SNL will take three weeks off in February, likely because of Olympics, returning March 4 with host Charles Barkley and musical guest Migos.
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Recent Podcast Episodes
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