Natalie Portman drops sequel vulgar rap video on SNL
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Natalie Portman drops sequel vulgar rap video on SNL

The Israeli-American actress revisits her rhymes with Andy Samberg while hosting 'Saturday Night Live'

Natalie Portman brought back 'Natalie Raps' segment during second time hosting 'Saturday Night Live'  (YouTube)
Natalie Portman brought back 'Natalie Raps' segment during second time hosting 'Saturday Night Live' (YouTube)

Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman hosted “Saturday Night Live” for the second time this week.

The Oscar-winning actress returned to the New York studios in honor of the February 23 release of her new sci-fi film, “Annihilation.”

After some speculation — and to the delight of fans — “bad girl” Portman again rapped on the popular late-night show, alongside surprise guest Andy Samberg.

In a comically out-of-character move, the rap video portrays Portman sitting down for an interview in which she promises to behave. But instead, she immediately starts dropping vulgar rhymes on motherhood and married life.

On her French husband Benjamin Millepied, she said, “My man dance but he’s not a ballerino. Yeah, he twinkle his toes, but give me good d, though.”

She also came out ready to take down anyone with something negative to say on the “Star Wars” prequels or her “Time’s Up” campaign at this year’s Golden Globes against gender discrimination in Hollywood.

“Say something ’bout the motherfucking prequels, bitch,” Portman dared, referencing certain online opinions that the “Star Wars” prequels, which she starred in, were not as good as the ones to follow.

The video ends with Portman stabbing her interviewer in the forehead with a “Time’s Up” pin and throwing him out of the window.

Portman first transformed from sweet and smart Jewish girl to foul-mouthed rapper in her 2006 SNL debut in a “Natalie Raps” digital short video where Samberg also rapped alongside her while wearing a Viking hat.

Other Portman highlights from this week’s show include her opening monologue, which played off of NBC’s upcoming Winter Olympics coverage.

Portman was interrupted mid-set by “field correspondent” Leslie Jones with some real-time feedback. Her jokes received slow-motion analysis and running play-by-play from Kenan Thompson and Kate McKinnon.

Portman also played Jackie Kennedy in a skit alongside “Hillary Clinton,” played by Kate McKinnon, and “Melania Trump,” played by Cecily Strong.

The former first ladies gave the current one some advice on dealing with a philandering husband while in the White House. Portman first portrayed Kennedy in the 2016 film, “Jackie.”

Samberg wasn’t the only former cast member to make an unexpected appearance that night. Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch also dropped to play colonial-era activists in a sketch about annoying Super Bowl fans.

The sketch took viewers back to the original 1775 “rivalry” between New England and Philadelphia whose teams  — the Patriots and Eagles –are facing off in the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 4.

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