Nothing like Saturday Night Live during election season. The show has a long history with producing some of the best parodies of presidential candidates in recent years, and last night was no exception.
Last night’s show, hosted by Emily Blunt, had a lot of excellent sketches skewering Donald Trump and taking jabs at Hillary Clinton, but the one that really stood out was a parody of Beyoncé‘s “Sorry,” featuring Trump’s wife Melania, daughters Ivanka and Tiffany and campaign advisors Omarosa and Kellyanne Conway:
Beyond hilarious. Later in the show, musical guest Bruno Mars took the stage to premiere a brand-new track from his upcoming album 24K Magic. Calling “Chunky,” the infectious song is a love letter to the confident, thick, independent women of the world.
“She gotta have her own money / Shout out to the girls that pay their rent on time,” he sings, and, later, “Chunky, looking for the girls with the big ol’ hoops / That drop it down in Daisy Dukes.”