SNL aired a hilarious skit featuring Britney Spears auditioning celebrity readers for her memoir, “The Woman in Me.” The skit was hosted by Timothée Chalamet and featured a variety of celebrity impersonations, including Chloe Fineman as Spears, Heidi Gardner as Allison Janney, Sarah Sherman as John Mulaney, Bowen Yang as Fred Schneider of the B52s, Ego Nwodim as Jada Pinkett Smith, and Michael Longfellow as Bill Hader.
The sketch opens with Spears sitting in a recording studio, listening to audition tapes from various celebrities. She is initially unimpressed with the first few tapes, but she is eventually won over by a heartfelt audition from Chalamet. Chalamet’s audition features a variety of different voices, including a deep, gravelly voice for Spears’ father and a high-pitched voice for Spears herself.
Other celebrity impersonations
Other celebrity impersonations in the skit include Gardner’s Janney, who reads the memoir in a very serious and dramatic tone, and Sherman’s Mulaney, who reads the memoir in a very neurotic and self-deprecating tone. Yang’s Schneider reads the memoir in a very flamboyant and over-the-top tone, while Nwodim’s Pinkett Smith reads the memoir in a very confident and self-assured tone.
The skit ends with Spears announcing that she has chosen Chalamet to read her memoir. Chalamet is then shown recording the audiobook, and he does a fantastic job of capturing Spears’ personality and charisma.
The sketch was a hilarious and insightful take on Spears’ memoir, and it is sure to be a fan favorite.
In addition to the celebrity impersonations, the skit also featured a number of funny moments, including a joke about Spears’ conservatorship and a reference to her hit song “Toxic.”
Overall, the skit was a great way to kick off the season, and it is sure to be a memorable one.