Natalie Portman’s SNL monologue will get Olympic commentary from Leslie Jones


Natalie Portman kicked off Saturday Evening Stay with a monologue deserving of a gold medal… or on the very least bronze.

“The final time I hosted used to be in 2006. Relieve then, I used to be selling V for Vendetta. Now, the total nation is selling V for Vendetta,” the actress began, sooner than being interrupted by commentary from Kate McKinnon and Kenan Thompson, taking half in Olympics announcers.

They went on to criticize her jokes sooner than turning to “self-discipline correspondent” Leslie Jones.

“I’m down right here on the monologue stage, and properly, it’s not accurate,” said Jones, who as soon as another time will again as a contributor to NBC’s Olympics coverage for this One year’s XXIII Olympic Chilly climate Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. “I don’t know why they slay these tiny white actresses enact standup comedy. …Also, speaking of me going to the Olympics, slay that North Korea is de facto shut to South Korea? Why did no one point to that to me? I enact not are looking out to pass now.”

Peek the paunchy monologue above.