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Here’s Everything Megan Thee Stallion Did as SNL’s Host

Here’s Everything Megan Thee Stallion Did as SNL’s Host

Meg starred as a nurse working at the Hot Girl Hospital, a fitness instructor specializing in big butts, a frustrated high school student, and more

Megan Thee Stallion on Saturday Night Live

Megan Thee Stallion on Saturday Night Live (NBC/YouTube).

Megan Thee Stallion pulled double duty on Saturday Night Live this week (October 15), hosting for the first time and performing “Anxiety,” “NDA,” and “Plan B” from her latest album Traumazine. Meg brought plenty of Hot Girl humor to the show, starring in sketches as a fitness instructor determined to supersize her clients’ butts, a nurse glamming up basic patients, and more. Check out Meg’s sketches and performances below.

Before last night’s show aired, Megan posted a note on Twitter after news broke that her Los Angeles home had been broken into. “Hotties I’m really sorry but after SNL I really gotta take a break,” she wrote. “I’m so tired, physically and emotionally.” The rapper added: “material things can be replaced but I’m glad everyone is safe.”

SNL is currently in its 48th season. Other musical guests this season have included Kendrick Lamar and Willow. Lamar performed the songs “Rich Spirit,” “N95,” and “Father Time” from his latest album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, and Willow was joined by a live band for “Curious/Furious” and “Ur a Stranger”—two songs from her new LP <CopingMechanism>. On October 29, Jack Harlow will stop by SNL to host and perform as musical guest.

Monologue

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Megan spent much of her monologue flexing recent achievements, but made time to test out her British accent in a plea to Bridgerton’s casting director. She also gave a shout-out to her site badbitcheshavebaddaystoo.com, a mental health platform which features links to various online therapy sites. 


Hot Girl Hospital

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In her first sketch, Meg played a nurse at the “Hot Girl Hospital,” a facility funded by Golden State Warriors player Draymond Green in order to serve out community service hours ordered after punching his teammate Jordan Poole. Rather than provide medical care, Megan and her colleagues perform a Brazilian Butt Lift surgery.


We Got Brought

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Meg then joined Bowen Yang and Ego Nwodim in a video for a song called “We Got Brought.” The track laments the discomforts of being dragged to parties where you don’t know anyone and must engage in small talk.


Deer

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In another sketch, Meg and her new beau (Devon Walker) show their parents their new home; Meg’s dad (Kenan Thompson) has an unfortunate experience with the local fauna, a deer who invades the home and tries to stab him before pulling down his pants.

Girl Talk

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Meg also starred in sketch called “Girl Talk,” which centers on a talk show hosted by Monique Money Monique Problems (aka Nwodim). Megan’s character asks for advice regarding her cheating boyfriend; the two women then communicate solely by saying the word “girl” with varying inflections.


Workout Class

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Later, Meg featured in a sketch as a fitness instructor leading a class designed to sculpt big butts, alongside a competing class led by two white women promoting exercises for flat butts.

Women’s Charity

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Next she appeared in an infomercial for a spoof of Sarah Maclachlan’s SPCA ads that solicits cash for “St. Andrew’s Center for Shivering Girls” to put single women who get cold easily in broken-in men’s sweatshirts.

Classroom

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In her final sketch, Meg appeared as a high school student whose honors physics class is led by an overwhelmed substitute teacher who mistakenly thinks her students are academically challenged.


Performances

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