Margot Robbie ‘SNL’ Monologue Gets Fact-Checked – WATCH VIDEO
Margot Robbie opened her “SNL” monologue by saying how everyone lies in American politics, but she was going to fact-check her monologue. See the video below of Robbie’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue on the show’s season 42 premiere.
Robbie started talking about how much she’s enjoyed doing “Saturday Night Live” this past week and working with the cast members, but as each one came out they said something to Robbie then changed what they said after it was fact-checked. Aidy Bryant, for instance, told Robbie she was her favorite guest host, but then admitted it was Drake. Kenyan Thompson, Cecily Strong, and Leslie Jones were among the other “SNL” stars who talked about Robbie, but also altered their stories when fact-checked.
This marks Robbie’s very first time hosting “Saturday Night Live.” It’s been a big year for the Australian actress, who has appeared in three movies over the past 12 months. She starred alongside Tina Fey in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Robbie also played Jane opposite Alexander Skarsgard in The Legend Of Tarzan. And she was part of the star-studded cast of Suicide Squad. Robbie’s hosting comes in support of her appearance in that movies, which has been in theaters for two months now and has grossed more than $320 million. Her role as the villain Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad stood out so much that she’s now slated to get her own movie, based on that character.
Check out the video below of Margot Robbie’s fact-checked “SNL” monologue below.