Portman's most memorable moment from her first turn as SNL host in 2006 was a rap music video she did starring former cast members Seth Meyers, Andy Samberg and Chris Parnell in which she played a very enraged, vulgar version of herself. This new video opens with SNL regular Beck Bennett telling her that he heard that things got a little out of control when she was last on the show.
In the sketch, she rapped about "smoking weed" at Harvard and her love for "drink, fight and f*** all night".
"I have matured a lot".
"Say something 'bout the motherf-king prequels, bitch", she raps, suddenly dressed as Queen Amidala.
She also came out ready to take down anyone with something negative to say on the "Star Wars" prequels or her "Time's Up" campaign at this year's Golden Globes against gender discrimination in Hollywood.
The rap ended with a shout out to Time's Up, the anti-sexual harassment movement for which Portman has been one of the main supporters.
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Portman late appeared in a Star Trek-esque sketch alongside Bennett, who played an alien self-conscious of his body.
What do you think of the sketch?
"How's that for impact?" In the SNL sketch, Eleven and Mike meet up with other teens who have.unusual abilities that come with even stranger side effects.
The skit's genius is two-fold: first, in that it smartly plays on the subtle and often laughable nuances of the '80s-themed sci-fi show, and second, in that the SNL writers chose to lean into the recent Twitter conversations comparing the physical similarities between Portman and Stranger Things' Eleven, Millie Bobby Brown.
Now, Natalie took that craziness and used it to her advantage, proving just how much they really do look alike.