There's No 'SNL' This Week, but Kate McKinnon Still Impersonated Marianne Williamson
It’s unfortunate that there is no Saturday Night Live in the summer because I’d love nothing more than to see Ego Nwodim, as Kamala Harris, reduce Jason Sudeikis’ Joe Biden to bits, while Larry David’s Bernie Sanders yells random expletives, Beck Bennett’s Eric Swalwell shoots spitballs at the candidates from the corner of the stage, and Kate McKinnon, of course, impersonates Marianne Williamson.
Alas, it is not to be, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t see McKinnon impersonate the future President of The Passions universe. She actually watched the debates last night with Seth Meyers before appearing as a guest on the show, where she not only did a little bit of Liz Warren, but gave us her quick impersonation of Marianne Williamson who — sadly — likely will not be around for the September debates, once SNL returns.
Williamson, by the way, is a trip. If you didn’t see her in the debate, well, you can get the same experience from some of her tweets.
You are emerging from the cocoon of your former self. There are no limits to the extent of the transformation that's possible for you. #fb— Marianne Williamson (@marwilliamson) December 8, 2009
her twitter account is a fun place to start pic.twitter.com/HLNOivQgPj— avowed ice cream socialist (@bigkittenqueen) June 28, 2019
Humanity needs a mental shower: we need to wash off all prejudices of the 20th Century and stand naked beneath the waters of eternal Truths.— Marianne Williamson (@marwilliamson) March 17, 2013
If you want a simple explanation for what's happening in America, watch AVATAR again.— Marianne Williamson (@marwilliamson) October 26, 2017
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