Comedian Tiffany Haddish Nails Cardi B Impression on 'SNL'

Comedian Tiffany Haddish Nails Cardi B Impression on 'SNL'

After the monologue, the show pretty much went downhill as the "SNL" writers failed to utilize Haddish effectively.

Host Tiffany Haddish during the Opening Monologue on "Saturday Night Live", Nov. 11, 2017.

"It's hard to convince people you're not into young girls when you're dressed like Woody from Toy Story", Bennett-Pence says.

Haddish, wearing a flowing all-white Alexander Wang dress that she vows to wear repeatedly until she gets her money's worth, talked about wide range of topics including the recent sexual harassment allegations that have surfaced in Hollywood.

Haddish also took a shot at herself for being a comedian on the rise.

Throughout the night Haddish's characters included Boo Boo Jeffries, an out-of-place video game character whose attacks include the "Rihanna" and "Beyoncé", and whose biggest strength is "my relationship with my Mom" and biggest weakness is "fighting".

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Haddish proved to be a great stand-up comedian by delivering her monologue easily and ideal timing.

Additionally, as part of the Weekend Update, the "news anchors" covered sex allegations, focusing GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore, who is accused of having sexual relations with several teenage girls while he was in his 30's.

"Why can't it be both?" Chriss Redd played Jones' and Mooney's grown son, and Jost had a plot to help unravel the "relationship". The difference? Rudolph is also a former cast member.

Earlier this week, Haddish appeared in a promo with the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer in which the comedy queen asked the pop star if any of the songs on the notorious album were about her.

Chance the Rapper will host "SNL" the following week.