Maya Rudolph returned to her old stomping grounds at "Saturday Night Live" on February 18 to serve as a host for the first time. The comedian who starred in "Bridesmaids" and "Up All Night," reprised some of her most beloved impressions from her time on the show.
Rudolph is the second former "Saturday Night Live" cast member to return to the stage for the show's 37th season. Jimmy Fallon hosted the show on December 17.
In one sketch Rudolph played Beyonce alongside Jay Pharoah as Jay-Z. The couple talked about their baby Blue Ivy Carter -- whose photos were recently released -- and a few celebrity guests came by visit the new baby.
Fred Armisen played a sheepish Prince while Nasim Pedrad rapped as Nicki Minaj. Taran Killam and Abby Elliott played Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who tried to steal Blue Ivy from Beyonce and Jay-Z. Justin Timberlake also stopped by as Bon Iver, who recently won a Grammy Award for Best New Artist.
Former cast member Amy Poehler did a guest appearance and sat back at the "Weekend Update" desk with Seth Meyers for their "Really?!" segment. Poehler also revived her "Bronx Beat" character with Rudolph and Timberlake joined them on the skit as a cute boom mic operator who had the hots for the two hosts.
Rudolph also played Michele Obama in a skit that featured the first family and Vice President Joe Biden in a sitcom styled like "The Cosby Show."
Sleigh Bells were the musical guests for the night and played "Comeback Kid" and "End of the Line" off their latest album "Reign of Terror."
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