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Video: Lady GaGa's Skits on 'Saturday Night Live'

October 05, 2009 02:58:25 GMT

She has a war of words with Madonna in the first skit and gets into an unfortunate passion with Andy Samberg in the second one.


Video: Lady GaGa's Skits on 'Saturday Night Live'
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Lady GaGa pretty much stole the limelight from Ryan Reynolds on the October 3 episode of "Saturday Night Live". Although he was the host of the night and appeared in a skit with real-life wife Scarlett Johansson, the actor made less headlines than the controversial singer who was featured in two skits, one of which she got the honor to have a cat fight and an almost kiss with Madonna.

In the first skit, Kenan Thompson introduced a monumental joint performance by Madonna and Lady GaGa. The two singers, who have been compared to each other for their unique style, briefly danced to an electro song before erupting into a war of words. GaGa said, "What's wrong Madonna, can't get into the groove?" Madonna started picking on GaGa's hair saying, "Looks like your wig needs a fix!".

Their cat fight continued with Madonna mocking GaGa's song "LoveGame" and yelling "What the hell is a disco stick?". Pretending to reach out to slap Madonna, GaGa then said, "Guess what Madonna, I'm totally hotter than you!" Madonna then dropped the bomb, saying "What kind of name is Lady GaGa? It sounds like baby food!"

The fight was only broken by Thompson who yelled, "Behave, beetches!". The two singers eventually ceased and wanted to make up by kissing but Thompson leaned forward and got in between them.

In the second skit, GaGa met Andy Samberg who wore the same plastic-bubble outfit. Similarity in fashion soon drew them together but they couldn't kiss because of the bubbles that prevented them to do so.

Reynolds, meanwhile, was featured in a skit about a family porcelain fountain firm with Johannson being his wife.

  • Lady GaGa and Madonna
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posted by Scott on Oct 05, 2009
I dont think so. Ryan Reynolds did better on YouTube. And thats where the real fans and viewers express themselves. Critics like so, have the power of releasing articles saying such, but we know otherwise.

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