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"He just floated away into the elevator in a lavender haze of talent," Poehler recalled of her clunky exchange with the late singer on "Saturday Night Live."
The fictional serial killer has come up in Trump's campaign speeches multiple times over the past few months.
The "Saturday Night Live" alum celebrated Mother's Day in a vogue-filled way.
"Saturday Night Live" cast member Sarah Sherman called the conspiracy theorist's body a "worm's paradise."
The "Saturday Night Live" alum returned to play Queen Bey as she questioned why she couldn't "slay" the hot wing show.
“I don’t think I would be creating the things I created on ‘Saturday Night Live’ if I worked there today,” the former cast member said.
The canine (played by Marcello Hernández) went to bat for the South Dakota governor as he claimed that the animal-killing story is "media spin."
The "Saturday Night Live" host played culture critic Wendy Weems as she broke down the two rappers' feud on a mock morning news show.
Playing a Columbia University student's dad, Kenan Thompson declared that nothing makes him "prouder than young people using their voices to fight for what they believe in."