Kim Kardashian Hosts 'Saturday Night Live' Showing Her Comedic Side

After being the topic of several skits and jokes, Kim Kardashian made her Saturday Night Live hosting debut.

The 40-year-old reality star hosted the most recent SNL, showing her comedic side to fans.

Although the Kardashian-Jenner family has been referenced on the show since the ’70s, Kim was the first of the family to make an appearance.

She began the start of the show in a pink velvet look and said she was “excited to be here tonight to show you guys I’m so much more than a pretty face,” and listing the other features she’s best known for as a reality TV star.

She went on to talk about issues she’s interested in, like helping wrongly accused people get out of jail, and saying she was first inspired to do that because of her lawyer father.

She used that reference to throw in some puns about her father’s most famous client, O.J. Simpson.

“I know it’s sort of weird to remember the first Black person you met, but O.J. does leave a mark or several or none at all. I still don’t know,” she joked.

She poked fun at her mom-ager Kris Jenner and teased a political campaign, joking that there couldn’t be three failed candidates, referencing Caitlyn Jenner’s run for Governor of California and Kanye’s attempt to run for president.

For the rest of the show, she joined the SNL cast in skits like “Jasmine and Aladdin,” “Ladies Night Song,” “The Dream Guy,” “The Switch,” and “Lotto Drawing.”

Aside from the SNL cast, there were celebrity cameos from Kris Jenner, Khloé Kardashian, Amy Schumer, John Cena, Chris Rock, and Chase Crawford to name a few.

The night also included musical performances by Halsey.

Kim Kardashian seems to have impressed fans with her SNL debut and showing a different side of herself. Now fans are wondering, which Kardashian-Jenner will be the next to host SNL?

Photo Credit: SNL/ YouTube

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