SNL Hillary Clinton

Saturday Night Live to Pit Hillary Clinton vs. 'Hillary Clinton' in Season Premiere

White House hopeful Hillary Clinton will pay a visit to Saturday Night Live this weekend, as the long-running NBC series opens its 41st season.

According to the New York Times, which reported on Clinton’s drop-by, she will appear in the Miley Cyrus-hosted season premiere’s cold open, in a sketch opposite Kate McKinnon (who plays the wannabe POTUS for SNL).

Per the Times, Clinton had to take a pass on delivering the keynote address to the Human Rights Campaign this weekend in order to fit in the (hopefully) image-softening SNL visit. Instead, HRC will address the HRC at a Saturday-morning breakfast.

As previously reported, as SNL prepares to dive into the last full season preceding the 2016 presidential election, series regular Taran Killam has been tapped to play GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, as needed.

What do you think SNL has planned for the dueling Hillarys this Saturday?


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  1. Mr. Tran K says:

    Kate McKinnon you better watch out.

  2. Lucifer says:

    Nothing softens one’s public image of being a cold-hearted, lying money grubber as much as skipping out on speaking about human rights to be on a lousy late-night sketch show.

  3. Cookie says:

    NBC seems to be backing Hillary. Jimmy Fallon’s interview with her last month was lengthy, scripted, and so unreal.

  4. JG says:

    SNL hasn’t been must watch tv in forever. Who cares what happens on there now?