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Watch Sydney Sweeney's SNL Sketches and Monologue from March 2

The Anyone But You actress's hilarious SNL hosting debut included a cameo from co-star Glen Powell. Watch all of Sweeney's SNL moments here. 

By Samantha Vincenty

Actress Sydney Sweeney made her Saturday Night Live hosting debut on March 2, with musical guest Kacey Musgraves—and she knocked it out of the park. 

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Sweeney's monologue included no small amount of self deprecation, as she poked fun at a recent project as well as rumors about her personal life. "You might have seen me in Anyone But You or Euphoria," Sweeney joked. "You definitely did not see me in Madame Web.

The real-life PowerPoint presentation that Sweeney showed her parents to convince them to let her be an actress—which she told Jimmy Fallon about on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon back in 2022—also came up, as the Immaculate star showed off a satirical version.

Also addressed: Sweeney's alleged affair with Anyone But You co-star Glen Powell, which which poured rocket fuel on the film's promo cycle despite the stars maintaining it was false. 

"That's obviously not true. Me and my fiancé produced movie together, and he was there the entire shoot," Sweeney explained. "And i just want to let everyone know that he's the man of my dreams, and we're still together, and stronger than ever."

"He even came here tonight to support me! Can we cut to him?" In classic SNL style, the camera instead cut to Glen Powell in the Studio 8H audience—though Sweeney stated for the record that her real fiancé, Jonathan Davino, was in her dressing room. 

RELATED: Watch the Latest "Weekend Update" from the March 2 SNL

Sydney Sweeney during her Monologue on Saturday Night Live Episode 1857

Powell reappeared later in the "Loud Table" sketch, once again trying to (fictionally) part Sweeney and the man in her life. Watch all of Sydney Sweeney's SNL sketches from the March 2 Saturday Night Live below. 

Watch Sydney Sweeney's SNL Sketches from March 2

"Inside Politics Cold Open"

Inside Politics Cold Open

James Austin Johnson and Mikey Day's Trump and Biden impressions are flawless—but with a 2024 election rematch ahead of us, the show is finding creative ways to avoid wearing them out in the cold opens before November.

Case in point: SNL's March 2 cold open, which finds CNN's Dana Bash (Heidi Gardner) talking to Gavin Newsom (Michael Longfellow) and more in Biden's inner circle, who claim that "behind closed doors" the 81-year-old president is a tireless dynamo. Highlights include Karine Jean-Pierre (Ego Nwodim) presenting Biden's Mark Wahlberg-ian schedule, and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas (Marcello Hernandez) telling a story of how Biden parkoured across the border.

Sarah Sherman and Sydney Sweeney are "Detectives"


Two college students shadow a group of police detectives—and with their power to track people's every move across social media, these criminals won't be on the streets for long.  "We're 22-year-old girls in situationships," Sweeney's character explains. "We can find out anything about anyone with literally NO information."

"Please Don't Destroy: Gone Too Soon"

Please Don’t Destroy - Gone Too Soon

Sweeney does her best to comfort the Please Don't Destroy boys, whose friend just died in a cartoonish freak accident and—we won't spoil the end. 

"Loud Table" 

Loud Table

When other tables drown out a couples' date, a man (Andrew Dismukes) and woman (Sweeney) find genius ways to quiet them. 

Mikey Day, Sydney Sweeney and Chloe Fineman during a sketch on Saturday Night Live Episode 1857

"Bowen's Straight"

Bowen's Straight

The title's joke plays out hilariously in this pretaped sketch starring Bowen Yang and Sydney Sweeney as *extremely* fictional versions of themselves. 

"Air Bud"

Air Bud

The golden retriever who plays Air Bud is the real MVP of this sketch (GOOD BOY).

"Big Bench"

Big Bench

Forget Hot Bench's three judges—Big Bench offers no fewer than 17 judges, as Judge Carlotta (Nwodim) heads up a roster of characters on a case between two exes (Sweeney and Johnson).

"Makeup Artists"

Makeup Artists

After a groom ditches the bride on their wedding day, two makeup artists (Sweeney and Sarah Sherman) are put in an awkward position. 

Sydney Sweeney and Bowen Yang during a sketch on Saturday Night Live Episode 1857

"Hooters Waitress"