Sunday, June 26, 2022

Selena Gomez breaks up with man-baby boyfriend in parody ‘SNL’ sketch

Perhaps pulling from her own romantic history, Selena Gomez targeted emotionally underdeveloped adult men during her “Saturday Night Live” host over the weekend.

In a sketch of the long-running Japanese show “Old Enough!”, in which real-life children work for their parents, a frustrated Gomez has a mission for her boyfriend, played by Mickey Day. has gone.

In this version, titled “Old Enough! Longterm Boyfriend,” the titular (and, might we add, heavily swoon-haired) significant other has only two tasks to accomplish: grabbing a specific shade of pencil from Sephora. Purchase and bring home two shallots.

“He’s only 34,” says a hilarious voice-over in the clip, as Day crosses the street by himself. “Wow, so brave!”

Predictably, Day performs less well than its infant counterparts. After finding his way to Sephora (despite a major distraction from the Ana de Armas poster), he quickly becomes overwhelmed, resulting in a mid-aisle emotional meltdown.

Day, however, manages to cross paths with a fellow Kid-esque lover (Kenan Thompson) in the wild and leave the store relatively unscathed before heading to the market.

When he finally returns to his apartment, Gomez somewhat disappointingly observes his findings.

Elsewhere in her hosting debut, which featured Post Malone as a musical guest, Gomez opened the show with a Miley Cyrus imprint and joked about her solo status, prompting various artists to woo her. Did.

Gomez previously dated both Nick Jonas and Justin Bieber after seven years of on-again, off-again romance. She was also linked to R&B superstar The Weeknd in 2017 before the two parted ways after 10 months of dating.

The Disney Channel alum first appeared as a musical guest on “SNL” in 2016, performing her hits “Same Old Love” and “Hands to Myself.”

See the full sketch below.


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