Malia and Sasha Obama Attend 'SNL' After-Party Following Emma Stone-Hosted Episode
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Meanwhile, the 'La La Land' actress, who showed up at the bash in her Five-Timers Club jacket, allegedly shared a table with her husband and ex-boyfriend that night.

AceShowbiz - Malia Obama and Sasha Obama were spotted hitting up "Saturday Night Live" after-party following the Emma Stone-hosted episode on Saturday, December 2. The former first daughters were seen hanging out at the fete at L'Avenue at Saks.

An eyewitness told Page Six that the sisters spent some time with cast member Marcello Hernandez. They also had fun with some other friends at the soiree.

This wasn't the first time the young Obamas were seen on the A-List scene. Back in August, the twosome, who is living on the West Coast, reportedly partied the night away with Drake at The Bird Streets Club in Los Angeles.

Back to the "SNL" after-party, Emma allegedly rolled up to the bash in her Five-Timers Club jacket. The jacket was given to her during her monologue by former head writer and "Weekend Update" host Tina Fey and "SNL" alum Candice Bergen to commemorate the "Cruella" actress' fifth appearance as host on the hit NBC comedy show.

The Hollywood star was joined by her husband, "SNL" segment director Dave McCary, as well as her ex Kieran Culkin at the party. "Emma chatted with friends and partygoers," the spy noted, adding that the three shared a table that night. The "La La Land" star and the "Succession" actor dated while filming their 2009 movie "Paperman".

Noah Kahan, who served as the musical guest in the latest episode of "SNL", also attended the party. Not stopping there, the Grammy-nominated musician treated his guests to a round of burgers.

Everyone seemingly had fun that night with cast members Bowen Yang and Michael Che having fun chatting with "SNL" creator Lorne Michaels. Also among the party-goers were Questlove, Laurie Hernandez and other "SNL" cast members, including Chloe Fineman, Heidi Gardner, Ego Nwodim, Punkie Johnson, Devon Walker, Michael Longfellow, Ben Marshall, John Higgins and Martin Herlihy.

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