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Lin-Manuel Miranda on SNL

Lin-Manuel Miranda, the man behind the musical Hamilton, hosted Saturday Night Live last night. His opening monologue naturally turned into a rap, as he talked about this being his one and only chance to appear on SNL. It was fashioned after the Hamilton song “My Shot” with new lyrics. (YouTube link) Every time I’ve seen Miranda perform, I’ve been impressed, even at his wedding.
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