Molly Shannon covered her brave and still 50-year-old daughter SNL Character Sally O’Malley during her second hosting stint on the show, and this time around, the middle-aged multi-hyphenate found herself competing for a spot with the Jonas Brothers.
He began sketching with Kenan Thompson, as the trio’s director, and replaced the lead choreographers (played by Bowen Yang and Chloe Fineman) with “more mature stage acting”. Enter Shannon’s Sally O’Malley, who directly provides some dance pointers to The JoBros that are mostly limited to their signature catchphrase and accompanying grandiose gestures, “Kick, stretch, kick! I’m 50!” She also convinced the band to adopt her signature red jumpsuit outfit and helped them set Their waistbands are slightly higher before receiving an enthusiastic offer to replace Nick.
As usual, the energetic figure won over her audience and caused Yang and Feynman to break while taking a certain pose compared to the Grand Canyon. See the graphic below.
Molly Shannon first appears as Sally O’Malley as a character SNL a cast member in 1999 and revived it several times until she left the show in 2001. She has since made the red jumpsuit and jumpsuit for her first hosted gig in 2007, and again in 2010 alongside host Betty White.
The Jonas Brothers will then have the chance to show off their new moves at their one-night concert at Yankee Stadium in August, where they’ll perform all five albums in their entirety. Browse for seats and deals for all upcoming live dates via StubHub, orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect Program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be above or below face value, depending on demand.
As tonight’s music guests, The Jonas Brothers performed their latest single, “Waffle House,” as well as an unreleased track titled Walls from their new LP, albumIt will be released on May 12th. Earlier in the Easter weekend episode, James Austin Johnson’s Donald Trump compared himself to Jesus while attending the Last Supper.