Jonah Hill Sings “Jumpman” With Future During ‘SNL’ Monologue – WATCH VIDEO!
Jonah Hill opened his “SNL” monologue by saying he was going to have Future and Drake perform “Jumpman, but Drake wasn’t there, so Hill sang Drake’s part. See the video below of Hill’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue.
This is the fourth time Hill has hosted “Saturday Night Live.” He made his “SNL” debut in 2008, with musical guest Mariah Carey, and returned four years later to host, backed up by The Shins. Hill’s third time as host of “Saturday Night Live” came in 2014, at which time Bastille was the musical guest. This time around, Future will provide the music.
Hill’s appearance on “SNL” comes following the February release of his film Hail, Caesar. The last time he hosted “Saturday Night Live,” his Wolf of Wall Street co-star Leonardo DiCaprio interrupted his monologue, as Hill boasted how he convinced Martin Scorsese to cast his buddy in the movie, even though the legendary director supposedly wasn’t sure DiCaprio could “handle it.” The time before in 2012, Hill’s monologue was interrupted by Tom Hanks, as the actor bragged about being nominated for an Oscar for his work in Moneyball and being “one of the finest actors.
The host has created several memorable moments on “SNL,” especially in a number of digital sketches, including one in which he made out with Andy Samberg’s dad and another in which he had tennis balls shots at his testicles. He’s also appeared in a recurring sketch as Adam Grossman, a wisecracking 6-year-old who sits at a communal table at Benihana, and engages other patrons while joking about his stepmom Debbie.
Check out the video below of Jonah Hill’s “SNL” monologue.