Oscar-winning, Jerusalem-born actress Natalie Portman returned to host "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend and gave the world a second taste of her rapping skills - twelve years after breaking the internet with her original rap.
In a reenactment of the original skit, Portman sits down for an interview, which begins with: “The last time you were here, I heard things got a little out of control.”
“I was going through a really weird time then, but I’ve matured a lot,” Portman replies before breaking into a rap: “Portman, Portman, Portman, Portman, Portman, Portman, I f***ed your husband and his best friend just for sport, man.”
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The interviewer breaks the rap, saying, "it seems like you're almost exactly the same, but with current references." Portman responds: "Untrue. I'm a mother now. It's really changed my perspective." In a reference to female rapper Cardi B., Portman raps that she now makes "mommy moves."
The skit ends with Portman defending the original "Star Wars" prequels that she starred in and pushing the interviewer out the window after declaring "Time's up" - a reference to women's legal defense fund and movement she is involved with.
The show's cold open skewered Donald Trump's relationship with Fox New's morning show "Fox and Friends," joking about how much of Trump's understanding of current events seems to come directly from the show.