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SNL's Marcello Hernandez Reunites with Host Bad Bunny in New Music Video
The Saturday Night Live cast member plays a pivotal role in the new music video.
Puerto Rican rapper and singer Bad Bunny, who pulled double duty as Saturday Night Live Host and musical guest on October 21, 2023, recently reconnected with cast member Marcello Hernández, who made a pivotal cameo appearance in Bad Bunny's latest music video.
In the humorous video for Bad Bunny's Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana track "No Me Quiero Casar" (which translates to, "I Don't Want to Get Married") Bad Bunny is enjoying his single life at a New Years Eve party, only to be met with an onslaught of people pressuring him to tie the knot with someone soon.
Then, in a twist, Marcello Hernández plays a character at the party who proposes to his girlfriend in front of the crowd—only to get promptly rejected. This inspires Bad Bunny to launch into song.
Watch the "No Me Quiero Casar" video featuring Marcello Hernández
The Spanish-language short film that precedes Bad Bunny's song reunites the Latin music superstar with Hernández, who he collaborated with in SNL sketches including "The Age of Discovery," in which they played unimpressed Spanish royals, and "Protective Mom 2," which found Pedro Pascal returning to play the character inspired by Hernández's real-life mom, joined by Bad Bunny as Hernández's aunt.
Bad Bunny's Saturday Night Live episode
After a hilarious opening monologue featuring Pascal, Bad Bunny appeared in 7 sketches on the episode. He played a concerned rapper in an 8 Mile parody, a stuntman alongside Hernandez in a telenovela parody, a Shrek cosplayer, an overprotective aunt meeting her nephew's new girlfriend, a rat-bearing city employee on a subway platform, a nun alongside Mick Jagger, and a chipperly-oblivious dad in a business meeting.
For his musical performances, Bad Bunny sang "Un Preview" and rapped "Monaco" from his 2023 album No Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana.
This wasn't the rapper's first stint showing off his acting chops. He also had a role as an assassin in the 2022 film Bullet Train. In a 2022 interview with Time, he talked about how he feels in front of the camera. "I always liked acting, but not more than music. Music is always number one. So when the opportunity came for acting it’s coming thanks to my fame and success in music. I’ve tried it and like it. The Bullet Train experience was super awesome."
The Grammy-winner also opened up to the outlet about what inspires him as an artist. "The manner in which I do music is a way that’s so real. I give so much love to the music. I always say that my mom gave so much love to me since I was kid, that’s why I have so much to give to the world and the rest," he told Time. "I think that my songs are the same. I give so much love to my songs that it doesn’t run out. That energy every time you listen to my song it’ll give you so much joy. I don’t do songs just to do them."