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After fellow SNL alum Martin Short told the audience that he’s only hosted the show once, he welcomed Rudolph to the stage: “Who needs to hear from me when we have the great Beyonce?” Rudolph appeared onstage in a lace bodysuit, with a fan perfectly blowing her hair back.
The two then sang a duet (set to the pop singer’s “Drunk In Love”) about the show’s memorable music-related moments, only to be followed by a very different duet from Garth and Kat (Fred Armisen and Kristen Wiig), Marty and Bobbi Culp (Will Ferrell and Ana Gasteyer), Opera Man (Adam Sandler), King Tut (Steve Martin), Nick Ocean (Bill Murray) and The Blues Brothers (Jim Belushi and Dan Aykroyd), among others.
“He’s pretty good, but my friend Kanye says I’m better,” says Rudolph of the other acts.
Watch it below.
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