Aubrey Plaza bought just a little assist from some hilarious celebrities throughout her internet hosting gig on the January 21 Saturday Night Live episode. The Property Brothers Jonathon and Drew Scott, and Tony Hawk stopped by Studio 8H to affix in on a Miss Universe sketch, which was taken from a viral meme of the contestants screaming the title of their homeland. Enjoying judges of the sweetness pageant, the HGTV stars and the skateboarding legend stunned followers and introduced down the home! Test it out under.
The “White Lotus” actress bought to indicate off her comedy chops by enjoying Miss France, who screams her solutions very like the real-life counterpart did within the viral meme. When the host of the Miss Universe pageant, performed by Kenan Thompson, asks for the judges scores, Tony steals the highlight as he screams his reply even louder than Miss France!
Forward of the episode, which featured Sam Smith because the musical visitor, Audrey additionally flaunted her superstar impressions in a teaser alongside Chloe Fineman. “I’m excited,” Aubrey mentioned about internet hosting SNL for the primary time. “And oh my God, I like your impressions. Drew Barrymore is my favorite,” she instructed Chloe. After Chloe gave just a little piece of Drew, Aubrey tried to prime her by impersonating Marcia Gay Harden in Pollock and Annette Bening in American Magnificence.
The actress additionally appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week and revealed she as soon as auditioned for the famed comedy present however didn’t make the reduce! “I didn’t make it to the Lorne [Michaels] audition, the well-known closing addition, however I did a preliminary first-round showcase,” Aubrey defined. She additionally dished on being an intern with the set designers on the present. “They [the set designers] cherished me as a result of I didn’t care about set design in any respect,” she defined. “They wished an intern who had no real interest in studying what they did, as a result of they have been moody bastards. And that’s true.”