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She came here to chew gum and kick ass, and she's, well, gonna do both. 

On SNL last week, Melissa McCarthy went full ham on the gum chewin', dippin' dottin' White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. While he was a pretty good sport about it, Trump was not. He didn't like his man Spice being played by lady. Sad! 

So what did she do, McCarthy came back for another round of questions, and she brought with her a big stick of gum and a motorized podium. A message to that reality-TV gameshow host who spent the weekend playing golf, hire this woman. She's strong like bull. 

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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has a lot of battles to fight — Dippin' Dots, Daft Punk, all that gum. So why not give him a little reprieve and let someone else take over?

Has the president considered comedian Melissa McCarthy? Her audition on this week's SNL was certainly memorable, especially when she picked up the podium and attacked the Fake News with it. 

Hire her. Now. 

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Peter Dinklage (AKA Tyrion from Game of Thrones) hosted SNL over the weekend. "Space Pants" was pretty good, but his best skit had to be this spoof of Naked & Afraid with Leslie Jones. 

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Ariana Grande showed off her singing and impression skills performing the songs of other popular singers in this sketch. She is also making headlines for uttering profanity during her monologue. 

This isn't the first time she's shown off her amazing skill for impersonation. She was also very convincing in an appearance on the Tonight Show:

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Since Beyoncé dropped her newest single, 'Formation', people have been engaged in debate.  A lot of people have been complaining that Beyoncé's references to Black history and culture in her song, video and Super Bowl halftime show didn't belong in such a 'family friendly' broadcast like Super Bowl 50. Supporters of the song have pointed out that Beyoncé is, in fact, Black. As this Saturday Night Live sketch points out, it's not really that shocking that a Black woman would make reference to who she is and her heritage in her music. It's actually pretty silly to make such a big deal about it. 

For reference, you can watch the 'Formation' video to see what all the fuss is about: