Kate McKinnon Roasts Meghan Markle in Hilarious Barbie Song Lyrics on SNL Comeback

Former Saturday Night Live (SNL) cast member and Barbie movie star Kate McKinnon made a highly anticipated return to host the show Saturday night. During her hosting stint, she delivered a merciless sketch that humorously ridiculed Meghan Markle and the ongoing royal drama. McKinnon, known for her celebrity and political impressions, took on the role of Markle in a parody of the popular series “The Crown.” In this sketch, she portrayed Markle as a cunning and greedy individual who manipulated Prince Harry to achieve fame and fortune.

The skit opened with McKinnon’s Markle introducing herself as “Megan, the Duchess of Sussex, but you can call me princess.” She announced plans to share her side of the story through a documentary series called “The Scheme.” From there, she launched into a comically exaggerated account of her life as a royal, highlighting her supposed struggles and accomplishments while poking fun at other members of the royal family. McKinnon’s Markle claimed to have endured racism, sexism and media attention, emphasizing that she sacrificed everything for love.

She spoke with humor about abandoning her acting career, her friendships, her family ties and her country of origin. She also painted a ridiculous picture of her living conditions, describing a dungeon-like existence at Windsor Castle, with no privacy, freedom or pleasure. The skit continued with Markle boasting about her supposed accomplishments, saying she had inspired millions, changed the world and made history. She facetiously declared herself the creator of a global brand, a media empire and a humanitarian foundation. In addition, she humorously affirmed her status as the most influential and powerful woman in the world.

McKinnon’s Markle didn’t spare Prince Harry, whom she called a “little redhead puppet.” She claimed to have seduced, brainwashed and controlled him, transforming him from a prince into a “loser” who obeyed her every command.

The skit didn’t shy away from lampooning other members of the royal family, including Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Andrew. They were portrayed in a derogatory manner, with Markle hurling insults at them, describing them as old, boring, irrelevant and corrupt. She alleged that they tried to harm her and Harry’s happiness, but failed.

The sketch ended with McKinnon’s Markle asserting her newfound freedom and happiness, describing a life filled with love, children and a California mansion. She claimed to have an army of fans, supporters and wealth, declaring herself the true queen.

The sketch attracted considerable attention on social media, with many praising McKinnon’s return to SNL and her comedic portrayal of Markle. Some applauded the skit for holding Markle accountable for her actions, while others defended her, saying it was unfair and petty.

As of now, Meghan Markle has not commented on the sketch and her representatives have chosen not to provide any response. Markle currently resides in California with her husband, Prince Harry, and their two children, Archie and Lilibet. Her highly publicized interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which she accused the royal family and the British media of racism and mistreatment, had recently sparked controversy and public debate.

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