Bill Hader Sings Terribly With Kristen Wiig During SNL Monologue (VIDEO)

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Bill Hader SNL Monologue Kristen Wiig

By Michael Lewittes


Bill Hader SNL Monologue Kristen Wiig


Bill Hader opened his “SNL” monologue by mentioning his new film with Kristen Wiig called The Skeleton Twins, which he said was a “spooktastic remake of Twins,” with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito. He then said the one thing he never did, but always wanted to when he was a cast member of “SNL,” was sing.

Hader said, however, that when he sings he sounds like Harvey Fierstein. That’s when Wiig came onstage and prodded Hader to sing. “Look I am here to help you Bill,” she said. “It is your dream to sing on ‘SNL’ and you are going to do it.”

Wiig added, “You have to. You have to because I wrote this song, and if you don’t do it, I don’t get paid. And I need the money.” But after a few (awful) notes, she told him, “I love you but never do that again to television.” That’s when Fierstein himself came onstage and told Hader not to listen to Wiig. “Billy, You are putting too much pressure on yourself,” he said. “You can’t sing from your head. You’ve go to sing from your heart.” Check out the video below, and tell us what you think.

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