‘SNL’ parodies COVID-19 spring break with ‘Snatched, Vaxed or Waxed’ game show – National
Saturday Night Live (SNL) took aim at the recent influx of college Spring Breakers with its newest cold-open — a game show centered on whether contestants were attractive or given the COVID-19 vaccine.
The show, featured in an MTV format and named “Snatched, Vaxed or Waxed,” was hosted by former cast member Maya Rudolph.
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“We are so close to the end, let’s ruin it,” said Rudolph’s character Cece Vuvuzela of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Rudolph then explained the rules of the game, with contestants having to guess whether some ladies either had physiques that were “right and tight,” vaccinated or were waxed.
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After the last contestant finished describing herself, a siren began playing in the distance — which Rudolph mistook as a sign to continue taking shots in order to keep the party going.
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“I’m Cece Vuvuzela, and it was all worth it,” she exclaimed as the building started going up in smoke.
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