Those space buns!
Unless you spent the entire weekend unconnected to the internet, you probably heard that Kim Kardashian hosted Saturday Night Live.
In a sketch that unfortunately did not make it to air, called “Costco Meeting,” Kardashian appeared alongside SNL cast members Bowen Yang and Aidy Bryant as a fake Gen-Z band called Glitter Revolution, which is hired to drive teen customers to Costco stores.
In the sketch Kardashian wore a hot pink latex bodysuit (reminiscent of the hot pink bodysuit she wore for her opening monologue) and a butt-length blonde wig reminiscent of Baby Spice. Her costars wore similar matching ’fits. This look was obviously made for comedic reasons, but we’re kind of into it?
You can watch the cut sketch here:
No one really knew what to expect out of Kim Kardashian’s gig as SNL host, but she didn’t hold back. In her opening monologue, she made jokes about herself, her family, and even ex Kanye West.
“I’m excited to be here tonight to show you guys that I’m so much more than just a pretty face and good hair and great makeup and amazing boobs and a perfect butt,” Kardashian said in her opening monologue. “Basically, I’m just so much more than that reference photo my sisters showed their plastic surgeons. But the one thing I’m really proud of is that no one can ever call me a gold digger. Honestly, I’m not even sure how you become one. So I asked my mom’s boyfriend, Corey.”
And despite recent reconciliation rumors, Kardashian took several shots at ex-husband Kanye West.
“I’ve been very blessed in this life, and I’m grateful for everything, honestly. All the ups, all the downs,” Kardashian said. “I mean, I married the best rapper of all time. Not only that, he’s the richest Black man in America, a talented, legit genius, who gave me four incredible kids. So when I divorced him, you have to know it came down to just one thing: his personality.”
Kim Kardashian’s full episode of Saturday Night Live is available to watch now on Hulu.
This story originally appeared on: Glamour - Author:Condé Nast