Timothée Chalamet portrays The Idol's Troye Sivan in SNL Sleep Skit: "I'm A Moisturized Machine Gun Kelly"
A woman sees visions of dancing Troye Sivan, Timothée Chalamet shows off his moves and "tiny red undies" in hilarious skit.
A woman experiencing unsettling visions of a dancing Troye Sivan gave host Timothée Chalamet a chance to showcase his smooth moves and "tiny red undies" in a comedic skit on a recent episode of a late-night show.
The skit began with Bowen Yang attempting to assist a distressed Sarah Sherman in a sleep study. Sherman described seeing "some sort of figure with me in the room," which Yang diagnosed as sleep paralysis. Yang then activated a special computer that could induce her hallucinations while she was awake.
At that moment, Sherman saw a guy, "like a gay guy," and Chalamet appeared as Troye Sivan, dancing and dropping his pajama pants to reveal his backside.
When Sherman questioned if he was a demon, Chalamet responded, "I'm an Australian YouTuber turned indie pop star, and model turned HBO actor Troye Sivan being played by an American actor who can't do an Australian accent."
Sherman recognized Sivan as somewhat famous, but Yang interjected, "he's gay famous. It's different."
Chalamet's Sivan then attempted to seduce Sherman by flaunting his undies and comparing himself to a "moisturized Machine Gun Kelly." Yang attempted to help by prescribing Logan Paul's Prime energy drink and a CD of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
However, Sherman admitted, "I can't get rid of him. At first, he scared me, but now I think he's the only thing that turns me on."
Yang warned her that inviting him in would lead to more Sivans, and at that moment, the three members of the night's musical guests boygenius took the stage, resembling carbon copies of Sivan.