Complete List of Sketches – Billboard

SNL host Selena Gomez’s opening monologue made headlines for her perfect impression of Miley Cyrus and sweet singing of Barney, but the singer-actress really showed off her comedic chops in a variety of skits on Saturday night. night (May 14).

In just one episode, Gomez managed to be a Bratz doll, a Latina talk show host, a documentary filmmaker, a princess, a jealous roommate, a bad understudy, a spokesmodel, an irresponsible older sister, and an overly patient girlfriend.

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In all, Gomez starred in nine sketches during her performance on Saturday Night Live, only breaking character once.

Watch them all below, and watch the full episode on Hulu here. The streaming service is currently offering a 30-day free trial, which you can sign up for here.

“Bratz dolls”

Gomez brings a Bratz doll to life when a girl’s parents break the news of their divorce. She is Jade, one of the three “sexy tween dolls”.

A look at Pico”

One of Gomez’s best skits of the night features her hosting a Pico Rivera Latina talk show with Melissa Villaseñor. Reporter Chad is boring, but the ladies’ performances aren’t “sad.”

“Inventors Documentary”

Only Murders in the Building co-star Steve Martin makes art with Gomez once again, this time in a sketch about the inventor of the squeaky cushion in which Aidy Bryant steals every scene.

“Three daughters”

A prince must choose one of three princesses as his bride. But which of the royals in this distant kingdom will be the “weird”?


Musical guest Post Malone and Punkie Johnson torment the minds of Gomez and Chris Redd with all-too-real paranoia about potential cheating partners. Gomez even provides a verse of her own as she irrationally rummages through her boyfriend’s closet for signs of infidelity.

“Irish Game”

Can Gomez’s character, an understudy stepping in due to COVID-19, remember any of her lines, her son’s name, or how to speak with an Irish accent in this acclaimed Irish play? Does it even matter if there’s a penis on the show? To find out.


The graduating class of 2022 at Old Dirty Bastard High receives questionable career advice from a blonde Gomez, who plays an ODB alumnus turned “spokesperson” model.

“baby monitor”

Gomez, who plays a teenage girl trying to party with her friends while caring for her sleeping baby brothers, discovers what happens when self-control fails completely. She can’t help but momentarily break character in this one, and that’s before Post Malone makes her goofy cameo.

“Old Enough! Long-Term Dating!”

Inspired by Old Enough! from Netflix, surprisingly capable kids are replaced by helpless 30-something boyfriends. Can Matt, 34, get to Sephora, the grocery store, and back, with the items requested by his girlfriend?