WATCH: Regina King Mock ‘Gorilla Glue Girl’ In ‘SNL’ Sketch

Written by on February 14, 2021

Regina King made her debut as host of Saturday Night Live, showing in a sketch ripped from a viral social media video of a Louisiana girl who used Gorilla Glue as an alternative of hairspray.

King, 50, a Golden Globe nominee, was joined by comic Kenan Thompson on Saturday (Feb. 13) within the hilarious spoof of an accident lawyer industrial that featured her as Latrice Commode and Thompson, her husband, as Denzel Commode. 

“If this has occurred to you, you aren’t alone,” mentioned King’s Commode character, who as soon as used Gorilla Glue in her hair and likewise serves as half of the regulation agency Commode & Commode. “This isn’t your fault.”

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She added, “Each day as many as one individuals fall sufferer to utilizing Gorilla Glue as a magnificence product and so they deserve compensation. It’s a mistake that might occur to anyone, like brushing your tooth with Preparation H.”  

The skit featured numerous testimonials from victims who’ve suffered from comparable situations after their physique got here into contact with residence merchandise. A Foolish Putty sufferer who sat down on the product, which turned hooked up.The sketch additionally featured one other sufferer who suffered from Sharpie eyebrows.

King kicked off the present with a monologue that mirrored on her “fairly wild profession.”

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“In case you’re Black you in all probability know me from being in a few of your favourite motion pictures,” she joked. “In case you’re white you in all probability know me from Watchmen or this monologue.”

The Oscar-winning actress and One Evening in Miami director shared what she does when being Black in Hollywood turns into overwhelming. 

“Each time Black fame will get too loopy for me, I simply go to the following white city and I’m the common suspicious shopper once more,” she laughed..

Her opening monologue additionally talked about how Eddie Murphy impressed her to at some point host SNL.

Watch Regina King’s SNL monologue beneath:


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