Lizzo performs double duty as SNL’s host and musical guest

Lizzo joined the elite club of recording artists chosen to host and host “Saturday Night Live” shows in an episode that began with obscene Easter messages from politicians and celebrities.

A Letter from the Easter Bunny (Boen Yang) involved impersonating Britney Spears and Jared Leto disguised as Jesus Christ, Elon Musk and Donald Trump.

Cecily Strong’s deputy Marjorie Taylor Green greeted viewers with a chocolate rifle loaded with real bullets.

“I have been forcefully saying to all my fellow Jews and Muslims, Happy Easter!”

“And there is nothing like me on Easter. A day when a group of priests worship a shirtless man with a hefty weight and talk about wanting to eat his body. That’s straightforward,” said Strong Kgreen sarcastically.

Chris Reed re-enacted Imitating Mayor Eric Adams As an upstart Casanova who was excited about spring, and happily Brooklyn subway shooter It’s no longer his problem.

Lizzo performs “Special” on stage during Saturday Night Live as a musical guest.
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“Don’t set your TV, I’m that handsome, do you understand?” splurge.

We got the shooter. Sure enough, it took 30 hours, and the suspect turned himself in, but we got him. Case closed,” the mayor continued to boast.

“In conclusion: Shooter caught, sexy back, violent crime. Bitch, I’m from New York. I’m Eric Adams. I run this city!”

Kate McKinnon deflated, and Dr. Anthony Fauci was tired of the COVID-19 surge again as he warned people about holiday gatherings.

“I’m not here to give you more guidance on the coronavirus; I’m not stupid enough to think you’ll follow,” said the fake Fauci.

Lizzo plays the host of Saturday Night Live during its opening monologue, where she also has a guest musical role.
Lizzo plays the host of Saturday Night Live during its opening monologue, where she also has a guest musical role.
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Singer and rapper Lizzo, 33, drew acclaim for her monologue by reflecting on her career path from poverty to riches.

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“On every show I tell my fans the same thing and I’ll tell you too: I love you, you’re beautiful and you can do anything. I’m proof of that. I used to live in my car and now I host Saturday Night Live,” she said to a standing ovation.

Kenan Thompson hosted a trivia game show called “Guess That” in which Lizzo played an uncooperative contestant who antagonized Thompson until he was also turned on by rival rivals Redd and Ego Nwodim.

“So you’re forcing me to play even though I can’t win. This guy is a classic narcissistic guy who sheds light on gas,” she said, encouraging them until the host walked away from the group.

A skit set on Interscope Records circa 2008 gave viewers a look at the creative process of the Black Eyed Peas as they wrote nonsense lyrics to “Boom Boom Pow”, “Let’s Get It Started” and “I Gotta Feeling” with guidance from A&R actors Lizzo and Eddie Bryant.

Fergie, portrayed by Strong; will.i.am, Thompson plagiarism; apl.de.ap by Redd; Yang rejected the clever wordplay suggested by Lizhou, and the disenfranchised, and instead used the flow of consciousness technique to write songs.

Cecily Strong, Kenan Thompson, Bowen Yang and Chris Redd appear as Black Eyed Peas on Saturday Night Live.
Right to Left – Cecily Strong, Kenan Thompson, Bowen Yang and Chris Redd appear as Black Eyed Peas on Saturday Night Live.
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Bryant asked the group, who responded with “woo hoo,” “mazel tov,” and “let’s do it.”

In the next sitcom, Lizzo brings a first date (Mickey Day) to the house she shares with her grandfather, Six Flags mascot Mr. Six (Chloe Feynman).

It was eventually revealed that the house was full of old people who wore suits and bows and loved to dance to the tunes of the Vengaboys.”we like to party. “

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On the next sitcom, Lizzo was in the writer’s room telling the comedy squad Please Don’t Destroy that she wasn’t worried about hosting the show, but had other concerns.

“It’s the whole musical guest theme. I mean, two new songs? I mean, two new songs?” she confessed before imploring Ben Marshall, John Higgins, and Martin Hurlihy to write her “A Black Woman Anthem” 10 minutes before rehearsal.

Andrew Desmoux chimed in to say, “We’re about to get you ready, and if these new songs aren’t good, I’m going to kill you.”

Just when the writers seemed to hit the wall, Lizzo extracted a hit song from their schematic idea for “Horny Garden Keeper.”

‘Weekend Update’ Snapshot of President Joe Biden shaking hands with an invisible person After his speech in North Carolina last week.

“Her name is Kamala,” fake news anchor Colin Jost said, referring to Vice President Kamala Harris.

“Elon Musk has offered to buy Twitter for $43 million so he can relax free speech rules,” co-presenter Michael Che said.

“This is how white men desperately want to use the n-word,” he joked.

Colin Jost appears as a fake news anchor on Saturday Night Live, snapping photos of Joe Biden and referring to Kamala Harris.
Colin Jost appears as a fake news anchor on Saturday Night Live, snapping photos of Joe Biden and referring to Kamala Harris.
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“Twitter isn’t profitable anymore. With the scumbag going, it seems like a bad business decision,” Jost said.

“And I say it as a person Bought a Staten Island Ferry with a house [Davidson, absent again from the show.]”

The clip joked about the non-fatal subway attack, and talked about Frank James’ method surrender himself In East Village McDonald’s.

“From this photo, he’s auditioning for the role of Grimace,” Che said of the overweight suspect, who was photographed wearing a dark blue shirt in a shot alongside the purple, round fast food mascot.

McKinnon stole the following illustration—about a schematic meeting of an ancient Egyptian orgy in which most of the actors appeared—by making a live goat.

A prestigious orchestra without an oboeist seized Lizzo’s opportunity, but the conductor was amazed at the woodwind player’s lack of decency, upsetting the crowded environment by “twisting on the bassoon.”

“We make music together, and if that means I have to pop this booty for Beethoven so be it,” said Bryant’s violinist, as the band members released a rump-shaking version of “Ode to Joy.”

Lizzo and Dismukes played an elite couple who told fellow dinner party guests how they planned to travel the world for the value of their Beanie Baby set.

“Needless to say we won’t worry about money for some time,” Lizzo quipped, before panicking when she realized the investment wasn’t as profitable as the couple had thought.

Lizzo introduced herself by saying “Ladies and gentlemen…me” before launching into “Good As Hell,” which features a soloist inspired by “Rapper’s Delight.”

The artist’s mother introduced her second number, “Private”.

The NBC show was scheduled to stop for three weeks and return to the airwaves on May 7 featuring guest host Benedict Cumberbatch and guest musician Arcade Fire.

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