“Thank you. Thank you so much. I’m not going to talk about it,” actor-comedian Jarrod Carmichael said at the top, in his first opening monologue as a host. SNL. “I want to be clear above: I’ve talked about it enough, I’ve talked about it, I’ve thought about it. I don’t want to talk about it, and you can’t To do I’ll talk about it. “
Although Carmichael initially seemed to be referring to the fact that she recently came out as a homosexual in her new HBO comedy special, RothanielIt turns out that he was actually happier to deal with that special situation.
Carmichael said he hoped people would see the special and notable outing, to cheer from the crowd, which he called “an expected response” in New York.
“It simply came to our notice then. If you say you are gay in New York, you can get on the bus for free and people just give you pizza. Honestly, if you’re gay in New York, you can host Live Saturday night,“He’s joking. It’s the gesture thing you can possibly do. For example, I went straight to the stage. We’re basically dreaming of Andy Warhol fever now.”
If Carmichael is comfortable talking about his sexuality, he’s less comfortable talking about the Oscar defeat that saw Best Actor winner Will Smith slap presenter Chris Rock in the face, after the comic made a joke at the expense of his wife Jada Pinket. “I have a question do you want to talk about it? Are you sick of talking about it? Isn’t it crazy? “Said the host, without directly mentioning the Oscars.” It seems like I’ve been talking about it for so long … doesn’t it seem like it happened many years ago? Like, doesn’t it feel like when we were all in high school?
Carmichael goes on to say that the incident seems to have taken place “somewhere between Jamirukai and 9/11 অনেক somewhere much earlier.
“It simply came to our notice then. “It happened on Sunday! Sunday!”
Carmichael says that until last Monday, it was exciting to talk about the Oscars. “I am not going to lie. If it were Monday, you can’t keep me quiet about it. I’ve been talking about it all Monday, “he said.” Tuesday, still talking about it – a little less exciting because it stopped being about Tuesday. It starts with a lot of proxy arguments [about] Hair, and black men and white people on Twitter. “
By Wednesday, the host had admitted, “I wanted to commit suicide.”
Although he “doesn’t really remember” on Thursday, Friday, he vowed to never “ever, ever” talk about the Oscar slap again.
“Then, learn [Michaels] Came to my dressing room. He said, ‘I think you need to talk about it … the nation needs to be healed,’ “Carmichael Deadpand. I said, ‘What does the nation need? And you want Me To do it? The nation does not even know me. The nation has no idea who I am. ‘
After claiming that he is, in fact, the “least famous” host in its history SNL, Carmichael has decided to speak directly with former President Barack Obama about Oscar Snafu. “Hey B, what’s up man? You don’t know me I’m Jerrod. Nice to meet you, “he said. “You’ve led us all to hope and change, and unfortunately, I have some news for you, Barack. You’re not going to like this. We need you back, because I think You It’s going to talk about. The nation needs to be healed. “
Carmichael joins tonight’s show musical guest, Gunna. Deadline This story will be updated with video when it arrives.