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Leslie Jones nails Will Ferrell impersonations in new SNL promo

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Leslie Jones impersonating Will Ferrell impersonating other people is the best thing we never knew we needed.

Ahead of this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live, which will feature Will Ferrell for his fourth time as host, Leslie Jones reminded viewers of Ferrell’s best impressions from his tenure on the show from 1995 to 2002. Jones makes her way through some of Ferrell’s most memorable personas, beginning with the cheerleader character he pepped into existence with Cheri Oteri, then his takes on George W. Bush, Alex Trebek, and Harry Caray. Jones’ interpretation of Gene Frenkle, the cowbell-clanging rockstar, was particularly spot-on.

Chris Stapleton will be the musical guest.

Catch SNL on NBC this Saturday at 11:30 E.T., and watch the full promo above.

The original late-night comedy sketch show from the one and only Lorne Micheals.
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