Brie Larson’s ‘SNL’ Monologue Focuses On Mother’s Day – WATCH VIDEO
Brie Larson opened her “SNL” monologue by noting it was Mother’s Day on Sunday. During the monologue, several cast members came out to send messages to their mothers. See the video below of Larson’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue.
Beck Bennett came onstage and told his mom that Larson was his new girlfriend. Bobby Moynihan asked his mom to please record “Vanderpump Rules.” Next, Pete Davidson asked Larson if she could says hi his mom to her, and after she said it wasn’t a good time, Davidson told his mom, who came onstage, “Brie larson doesn’t have time for you.” Kate McKinnon and Larson also brought their moms onstage.
This marks Larson’s first time as the host of “Saturday Night Live.” It’s been a banner year for the actress, who two and a half months ago won the Oscar for Best Actress for her role as Ma in Room, about a mother and son held captive for years in a 10-by-10 square foot shed. In one of the promos for this week’s “SNL,” the show mocked her Oscar win by having the actress say, “Hi, I’m 2016 Academy Awards winner Brie Larson,” followed by Kenan Thompson noting he was the 1997 Kids’ Choice Awards winner. Larson then bemoaned having to note her win, because she felt Thompson’s award from the Kids’ choice Awards was “so much better” than her honor.
Check out the video below of Brie Larson’s “SNL” monologue, which had her and the show’s cast members talk about Mother’s Day.