Natalie Portman returned to host Saturday Night Live for the first time in twelve years, and she is back as Queen Amidala from the Star Wars prequels along with none other than Jar Jar Binks in "Natalie's Rap 2".
We're not sure if you're aware of this, but in 2006, Natalie Portman appeared on Saturday Night Live and performed what is our favourite rap of all time.
The Oscar-winning actress returned to the NY studios in honor of the February 23 release of her new sci-fi film, "Annihilation".
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In a comically out-of-character move, the rap video portrays Portman sitting down for an interview in which she promises to behave.
Portman's kicked things off with a monologue that played on NBC's persistent Olympics promotion, with cast members Kenan Thompson and Kate McKinnon interrupting to do sportscaster-style commentary.
"So Natalie, the last time you were here I heard things got a little out of control", the interviewer Beck Bennett asked Portman, referencing one of the United States comedy show's most popular sketches of all time. "Say something about the motherfucking prequels, bitch", she raps.
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It's been 12 years since Natalie Portman first hosted Saturday Night Live, but she finally returned to Studio 8H this past weekend to have fun with an nearly entirely new cast.
Portman was interrupted mid-set by "field correspondent" Leslie Jones with some real-time feedback.
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