Beyoncé answers hot questions while eating even hotter wings pic.twitter.com/KLOWovswfr
— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) March 28, 2021
Haven’t laughed this hard at a Saturday Night Live sketch since “The Californians.” Beyoncé Knowles-Carter (Maya Rudolph) guest stars on a chat show called “Hot Ones” where she discusses past songs and Destiny’s Child at the Super Bowl; hilarity ensues.
“Dude it’s taking all my concentration not to blow my pants off on your show.’
Am I still mad at SNL for ditching recurring skits? yes, yes I am. But today all is forgiven because “Bey eats hot wings” is the funniest thing I’ve seen in a LONG time. Watch:
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