Emily Blunt Sings “Get Happy” During ‘SNL’ Monologue – WATCH VIDEO
Emily Blunt opened her “SNL” monologue by singing “Get Happy.” She said she was happy to be hosting, otherwise she’d be home watching the news, which is sad. See the video below of Blunt’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue.
In addition to singing “Get Happy,” the cast of “SNL” gave out cookies and puppies to make people in the audience happy. An audience member also got a massage, while another got a cake with her face on it. Also, a number of audience members’ moms came and gave them hugs to make them happy.
This marks the first time Blunt has hosted “Saturday Night Live.” The actress is on the sketch comedy show in support of her new movie, Girl On The Train, which came out last week. The mystery-thriller revolves around Blunt’s character Rachel, who watches a seemingly happy couple every day from the window of her train into New York, but then the women she ordinarily see goes missing and Rachel tries to figure out what happened to her.
It’s been a big 2016 for Blunt, who earlier in the year also starred in The Huntsman: Winter’s War. She’s currently in production on two animated movies, Animal Crackers and My Little Pony: The Movie. And she’ll soon start production on Mary Poppins Returns in the lead role, alongside Meryl Streep and last week’s “SNL” host Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Watch the video below of Blunt’s “SNL” monologue in which she sings “Get Happy.”