‘Saturday Night Live’ Skewers “Petty” NATO Gossip In Star-Studded Cold Open

‘Saturday Night Live’ Skewers “Petty” NATO Gossip In Star-Studded Cold Open

Saturday Night Live re-imagined this week’s NATO hot mic scandal as a bunch of mean kids — instead of world leaders — gossiping in a high school cafeteria.

With Alec Baldwin returning as President Trump, the NBC series brought in Jimmy Fallon, Paul Rudd and James Corden to play Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

With Corden portraying a messy-haired Boris Johnson, Baldwin’s Trump thought he had a least one ally in the cafeteria. Unfortunately for Baldwin, that wasn’t the case.

Corden kicked him to the curb, and instead sat at the cool kids table alongside Fallon as Justin Trudeau and Rudd as Emmanuel Macron.

“I’m hanging out with these guys now,” Corden told a crestfallen Baldwin.

Fallon couldn’t help but take a dig at Baldwin’s waistline.

“By the way, you look thin, have you lost weight?” Fallon asked. “No, I’ve gained weight,” Baldwin responded.

Jennifer Lopez served as this weekend’s host with Charlotte rapper DaBaby making his SNL debut as musical guest.