Ayo Edebiri Makes A laugh of Her Lately Resurfaced Jennifer Lopez Feedback on ‘SNL’

Ayo Edebiri took the reins as Saturday Evening Reside host over the weekend, marking her webhosting debut, along musical visitor Jennifer Lopez. Moment Edebiri introduced her A-game to each caricature, there was once person who appeared to be on one?s feet out, because of her poking amusing at her personal fresh mini-controversy.

Throughout the caricature “Why’d You Say It?,” Edebiri performed Annie, a contestant on a tournament display by which nation are requested to provide an explanation for or struggle to justify feedback they left on alternative nation’s Instagram posts.

Necessarily, the caricature referred to as out nation who’re trolls on-line — and in a single brilliantly acted self-reflective breakdown, Edebiri’s Annie delivered a monologue that apparently addressed not too long ago resurfaced remarks the actress made in actual pace mocking Lopez’s making a song profession.

“OK, OK! We get it. It’s wrong to leave mean comments or post comments just for clout — or run your mouth on a podcast and you don’t consider the impact because you’re 24 and stupid,” Annie exclaimed. “But I think I speak for everyone when I say, from now on, we’re going to be a lot more thoughtful about what we post online.”

The shaggy dog story elicited a selected explode of laughter from the target market, because it was once obvious that Edebiri was once taking a dig at her personal remarks made in 2020 (when she was once 24) at the Scam Goddess podcast, the place she informed host Laci Mosley that she felt the “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” singer’s profession in tune was once “one long scam.”

“Today I was actually thinking about one of my favorite scams of all time because J.Lo is performing at the Super Bowl Halftime Show,” she stated. “Her whole career is one long scam.”

When Mosley asserted Lopez doesn’t know that she will be able to’t sing, Edebiri jumped in and added gas to the hearth.

“Well, that’s the thing. She thinks she’s on multiple tracks, but it’s not her,” Edebiri shared at the time. “I feel she thinks that she’s nonetheless just right even if, like, she’s no longer making a song for maximum of those songs.”

For her part, Lopez came out with two strong sets as the night’s musical guest, first delivering an energetic performance of “Can’t Get Plethora,” where she was joined by Latto and Redman.

She then ditched the black-and-white ensemble for a stunning gown made entirely of decorative pink flowers for a memorable performance of “This Is Me… Now.”

Neither Edebiri nor Lopez have publicly addressed the feedback at once, even though they did seem in combination in a promo for his or her episode spared on Thursday.

Saturday Evening Reside airs reside, coast-to-coast at 11:30 p.m. ET/8:30 p.m. PT on NBC, and streams survive Peacock.


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