Santa Claus will get greater than he bargained for within the newest SNL parody – with Eminem making a shock cameo in a send-up of his traditional observe, Stan.
As Santa’s elves learn out letters to Father Christmas himself (performed by Jason Bateman), issues take a darkish flip after they come throughout Stu’s letter.
‘I received’t be needy or grasping or ask you for an excessive amount of, I simply need one factor, I hope you continue to received that magic contact,’ Stu raps in a room utterly lined in Santa Claus images.
‘Getting this current is the one factor maintaining me alive. Expensive Santa Claus, please deliver me a PS5.’
Arguing that the magic gift-sender could make one in his present store, seeing as they’re sold out literally everywhere, Stu then continues to bombard Santa with letters to ensure he will get them.
‘Stu’ went to excessive lengths for Santa’s consideration (Image: NBC)
Eminem ended up getting the video games console as a substitute (Image: NBC)
Kate McKinnon then steps in for Dido’s refrain, taking part in the anxious mom whose grownup little one is again dwelling along with her, and unaware that she’s already purchased him one.
In a shot-for-shot remake of the actual Stan music video, Stu’s obsession will get extra uncontrolled and leads to him recording a observe for Santa on a tape recorder as he drives after ingesting a fifth of egg nog.
Santa and his elves then lastly reply… mendacity and pretending he’s received the mistaken tackle.
Santa received a shock whereas studying his Christmas letters (Image: NBC)
Because the sketch involves an finish, a TV display lights as much as reveal a house film – of the actual Eminem, opening up a PS5 for Christmas in entrance of his tree.
Donning a Christmas jumper, a shocked Eminem declares: ‘A PS5?! I didn’t even ask for this!
‘I suppose Shady should’ve been a very good boy this yr. Sorry, Stu – you f***ed up.’
This week’s episode of SNL noticed Ozark star Jason Bateman tackle internet hosting duties, with musical visitor Morgan Wallen.
The record-breaking satire is now in its forty sixth season, and subsequent week could have Timothee Chalamet take over the presenting spot, with music from Bruce Springsteen.
Saturday Night time Dwell airs weekly on NBC within the US.