Alec Baldwin ‘SNL’ Monologue About Hosting 17 Times – WATCH VIDEO
Alec Baldwin opened his “SNL” monologue by talking about how he’s hosted the show 17 times. He then discussed the different times he’s hosted, while Pete Davidson mocked how young he used to look, and how old he’s gotten. See the video below of Baldwin’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue.
As Gossip Cop noted, this marks Baldwin’s 17th time as the host of “Saturday Night Live.” In addition to hosting the show more than anyone else, Baldwin has also made many other appearances on “SNL” over the years in different sketches. And, of course, the actor has been on most of this season’s shows, playing President Donald Trump.
Baldwin’s first time hosting the sketch comedy show was back in 1990. His last official hosting of “SNL” was in 2011. Hours before his latest appearance, the actor tweeted, “Tonight at 11:30pm, @nbcsnl #17.”
Before hosting this week’s program, Baldwin was on Thursday’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” during which he discussed his upcoming memoir titled, “Nevertheless.” He said the book covers his childhood and career, and joked that he says horrible stuff about Fallon in it. After the interview, Baldwin and the talk-show host played “Box Of Lies.” At one point while playing the game, Baldwin went into his Trump impression.
Check out the video below of Alec Baldwin talking about hosting “SNL” 17 times during his monologue.