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Natalie Portman Defends ‘Star Wars’ Prequels in Curse-Happy SNL Rap

NBC The first time Natalie Portman hosted Saturday Night Live in 2006, she joined forces with The Lonely Island’s Andy Samberg for an epically out-of-character rap song about her life. This week, she did it again. “I was going through a really weird time then, but I’ve matured a lot,” the host said in the interview that began the sketch. Read more at The Daily Beast.
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