Here's What Kamala Harris Said About Maya Rudolph's 'Saturday Night Live' Impersonation Of Her
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Here's What Kamala Harris Said About Maya Rudolph's 'Saturday Night Live' Impersonation Of Her

Everyone loves when Maya Rudolph does a celebrity impression, and thankfully, so does Kamala Harris.

During the premiere of Saturday Night Live, Rudolph returned to the SNL stage to do her impression of the Democratic presidential candidate. The skit features a CNN town hall with the candidates talking about President Trump’s potential impeachment. Guest-starring with Rudolph was the night’s host, Woody Harrelson, as Joe Biden, Alex Moffat as Beto O’Rourke, Kate McKinnon as Elizabeth Warren, Colin Jost as Pete Buttigieg, Chloe Fineman as Marianne Williamson, Larry David as Bernie Sanders, and Bowen Yang as Andrew Yang.

Rudolph exaggerated Harris’ intense on-stage manner, including utilizing her now-famous phrase, “that girl was me.” The phrase became popular when she used it to skewer Biden regarding his former stance on school busing.

Harris had fun with Rudolph’s impression, tweeting Sunday, “That girl being played by @MayaRudolph on @nbcsnl? That girl was me.”

See the full skit below.

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