Ms. DeGeneres got Kate McKinnon, a “Saturday Night Live” cast member, to do impressions of both herself and Mrs. Clinton side by side on her television show.
The cast of the Ghostbusters reboot stopped by Ellen on Wednesday, leading to a delightful moment in which Saturday Night Live’s Leslie Jones almost brought Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Melissa McCarthy to the point of crying laughter with her recollections of her former job as a Scientology telemarketer. Read more...
And of course Kate McKinnon is there to impersonate both.
The Saturday Night Live star has no fear
It's no easy task nailing an impression of Ellen DeGeneres or Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, but Kate McKinnon of "Saturday Night Live" has both down to an absolute science. The "SNL" cast member currently impersonates both Clinton and the comedian on the NBC show. Show More Summary
See Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon break out her impressions of Hillary Clinton and Ellen DeGeneres right to their faces.
Hillary Clinton paid a visit to Ellen on Tuesday to chat about where things are at in the election cycle, more specifically, whether Bernie should drop out… “I think he has to do what he chooses to do. I understand. I ran all the way to t… Read The post Hillary Clinton’s Ellen Visit Featured Trump Bashing, VP Picks, and Kate McKinnon: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Hillary Clinton is returning to Ellen DeGeneres' show and we couldn't be happier about it. No joke! Related: Donald Trump Thinks 'Teachers Should Have Guns In Classrooms' For Wednesday's episode, the Presidential hopeful sat down with the funny lady and SLAMMED Donald Trump as well as shared her thoughts on some potential Vice President candidates in a [...]
Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) and Bernie Sanders (Larry David) reminisce about their time running against each other in the Democratic primary. From Saturday Night Live
Technically Incorrect: Playing the two Democratic contenders, Kate McKinnon and Larry David show that technology will be at the forefront of the coming election.
Kate McKinnon and Larry David should get their own show. Or at least a cameo on Dancing With The Stars.
Larry David returned to the Saturday Night Live stage last night to once again put his great Bernie Sanders impersonation on display, where he was joined by Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton for one last tipsy showdown at a bar in light of the recent primary developments. But when the politicians' ... More »
The final Saturday Night Live episode of season 41 kicked off with one of its best political cold opens of the season, a bickering final look at Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) and Bernie Sanders' (Larry David) relationship. While SNL...Show More Summary
Don't leave us, Larry.
Kate McKinnon’s Hillary Clinton runs into Larry David’s Bernie Sanders in a bar in SNL’s cold open and let each other in on their deepest secrets. Says Sanders: “You know how I constantly rail against the upper class? Sometime… Read The post Hillary and Bernie Hammer Out Their Differences Over a Beer in SNL Cold Open: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Larry David reprised his now less than magnanimous Bernie Sanders to Kate McKinnon’s gloating Hillary Clinton last night for the cold open of Saturday Night Live‘s season finale. Like their real-life counterparts, the SNL imitationsShow More Summary
Hillary is a boastful drunk and Bernie is that guy who refuses to leave the bar after last call. Saturday Night Live said goodbye to its fruitful Kate McKinnon/Larry Sanders pairing that fueled much of the show's comedy during what's been a contentious Democratic primary. Show More Summary
While the most recent “Saturday Night Live” clip featuring Larry David as Bernie Sanders and Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton is full of nuggets of truth, it also shows some bias towards the former Secretary of State, much like the head of the Democratic National Committee does.
Sanders, played by Larry David, also performed a dance number with Kate McKinnon's Clinton through the halls of Studio 8H. read more
The inimitable Larry David returned as Bernie Sanders to take on Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) in a war of words at a barfollowed by a must-see dance-off.