Ariana Grande And ‘SNL’ Women Sing “Not A Feminist Song” – WATCH VIDEO

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SNL Not Feminist song

By Michael Lewittes


SNL Not Feminist song


Ariana Grande joined the women of “SNL” for a music video about not wanting to write and sing a “feminist song,” and that even though it only features women, it shouldn’t be considered “feminist” in any way. Check out the “Saturday Night Live” video below of “Not A Feminist Song.”

In the video, Grande, and “SNL” castmembers Kate McKinnon, Cecily Strong, Sasheer Zamata, Vanessa Bayer, Aidy Bryant, and Leslie Jones dance along a beach and sing about how they’re not signing a feminist song. They even note that while some of the video’s imagery would appear to be “feminist” and is about women, their song is “not feminist.” At the end of the filmed music video, however, they decide it’s actually a “feminist song.”

This is the latest of music videos featuring the women of “SNL.” In the past, the “SNL” women have teamed up with other guest hosts for videos. Last year, Dakota Johnson joined the cast for a spoof of the Sara Bareilles song “Brave,” in which the women said what they really want to say to other people. Of course, what they told others was hilariously unexpected. In 2014, along with guest host Cameron Diaz, the women of “SNL” sang about being a “Back Home Baller,” and how they got their parent to do whatever they asked them, as if they were incapable little children. And Anna Kendrick also famously joined the cast members for a parody of the song “Talk Dirty,” but all about “dongs.”

Check out the video below of Ariana Grande and the women of “SNL” singing a “Not a Feminist Song.”

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