Maya Rudolph ‘SNL’ Monologue: Know More Here

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Officially, Maya Rudolph is now a “Mother” on Saturday Night Live.

The former SNL cast member delivered a jaw-dropping musical performance that combined Madonna’s smash song “Vogue” and Beyonce’s Renaissance aesthetics during her opening monologue on the Mother’s Day program on May 11.

The glamorous one-woman show began with the comedian actress informing the audience that she is a mother of four children. Bowen Yang, an SNL cast member, interrupted her right away to remind her, saying, “But Maya, look— you’re not just a mom.” “You were the first to slay the house down boots, queen,” I said, calling you “Your Mother.”

Rudolph, wearing a reflective black bodysuit and parading around Studio 8H, often known as the “House of Rockefeller,” is encircled by elaborately dressed backup dancers as he celebrates his new title.

“I’m your mother/ I’m your mother,” she repeats in a Madonna-esque fashion. “I’m your… Oops, I’ve made you dance/ Remember that movie when I pooped my pants?/ When you were a baby, you pooped your pants and I changed your diaper/ I’m your mother.”

Rudolph is interrupted by Chloe Fineman of Saturday Night Live and her cute puppy, who asks if “dog moms” should get special recognition on Mother’s Day. “How about them?” she asks. “And honey, that is a b——, not a dog.”

Rudolph hosted Saturday’s SNL for the third time since departing the popular sketch comedy program 17 years prior as a cast member.

Rudolph played Beyonce once more in an amusing parody of the YouTube series Hot Ones, which had a chicken wing theme, later in the program. In the comedy, which is a sequel to her 2021 parody, the comedian dresses in red, white, and blue clothing much to what Queen Bey wears on the cover of her most recent album, Cowboy Carter, which arrived at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in early April, along with a cowboy hat.

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