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See Selena Gomez's SNL Sketches From Her First Time Hosting

Selena's comedic timing was excellent.

By Tayi Sanusi
Selena Gomez And Punky Johnson during the "Intuition" sketch

The May 14th episode of Saturday Night Live, hosted by Selena Gomez with musical guest Post Malone, was chock-full of both hilarious and memorable moments. See Gomez's sketches, below. 

Selena Gomez's Opening SNL Monologue

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During her opening monologue, Gomez poked fun at her Only Murders in the Building co-stars Steve Martin and Martin Short while also joking that she is single and ready to mingle. 

"Bratz Dolls"

A young girl (Sarah Sherman) finds out her parents are getting divorced. Luckily, her Bratz Dolls, played by Gomez, Aidy Bryant, and Bowen Yang, come to life to console her. 

"Old Enough! Longterm Boyfriends!"

#Adulting can be hard! This mock reality TV segment follows Gomez and her longterm boyfriend (Mikey Day) as he struggles to run errands alone. Prepare to belly laugh!

"A Peek at Pico"

Gomez and Melissa Villaseñor will have you in stitches as they host a talk show focused on things happening in their local community of Pico Rivera. 

"Irish Play"

Gomez, Cecily Strong, and Bowen Yang are understudies for an Irish play who are forced to perform after the entire cast contracts COVID. Needless to say, the performance does not go according to plan.

"Inventor Documentary"

Ever wondered who invented the whoopee cushion? Steve Martin joins Gomez in this documentary-style sketch revealing the origins of this very important invention.

"Three Daughters"

A prince played by Mikey Day is eager to find a suitable match to marry. Lucky for him, he has three princesses (played by Gomez, Kate McKinnon, and Ego Nwodim) to choose from. 


Post Malone and Punkie Johnson play the mistrusting intuitions of couple Selena Gomez and Chris Redd. 

"Guidance Counselors"

High school guidance counselors Ego Nwodim and Bowen Yang enlist “model” Selena Gomez to help students decide on a viable career path. 

"Baby Monitor"

Nothing kills a party like crying babies. Watch aforementioned “babies” (Bowen Yang and Sarah Sherman) ruin the night of some teens (Selena Gomez, Kyle Mooney, Ego Nwodim, Chris Redd, and Chloe Fineman) who just want to party. 

The season finale of Saturday Night Live is Saturday, May 21 at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC. 

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