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Timothée Chalamet hosted a musical episode of SNL, rapping in the monologue and playing multiple Troye Sivans in a sketch.
This weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live was a musical extravaganza, with Timothée Chalamet as the host and Boygenius as the musical guest. The episode featured several standout musical moments, including a sketch where Chalamet and Boygenius portrayed multiple Troye Sivans, with Sarah Sherman as a patient and Bowen Yang as a sleep doctor.
Chalamet also showcased his musical talents during the episode, rapping about his baby face during the monologue and reviving his SoundCloud rapper character in a hip-hop roundtable sketch. The episode also featured a pre-taped "tiny horse" song with a sci-fi twist, as well as a sketch depicting celebrities auditioning to read Britney Spears' audiobook, with Chloe Fineman portraying Spears and various other celebrities.
Weekend Update included jokes about Bad Bunny and 30 Seconds To Mars, while the Please Don't Destroy short featured Chalamet as a musician on the brink of disaster. Additionally, Alec Baldwin made a cameo appearance in a Calm app sketch at the end of the episode.
Boygenius delivered memorable performances of "Not Strong Enough" and "Satanist," with Phoebe Bridgers even throwing her guitar at the end of the latter, a nod to a previous SNL appearance that sparked controversy. Melina Duterte of Jay Som also made her SNL debut as a member of the Boygenius backing band.
Overall, the episode was a musical spectacle, showcasing Chalamet's versatility as a performer and featuring memorable performances from Boygenius. It was a night of entertainment that left a lasting impression on viewers.