Zach Galifianakis dresses in drag for 'Saturday Night Live' hosting gig - How did he do?
Zach Galifianakis hosting "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday, with musical guest British pop star Jessie J, and the "Hangover" funny man did not hold back.
His opening monologue was complete with witty one-liners and included the comedian dressed in drag as Little Orphan Annie and lip singing "Tomorrow" with accompanying jokes written on poster paper. Unfortunately, the whole monologue hasn't been posted online but check out a clip of it below.
Galifianakis, who is also a comedian, starred in shows such as "Tru Calling" with Eliza Dushku and the spoof news show "Dog Bites Man" before he caught his big break in the hit comedy film "The Hangover." He recently filmed "The Hangover Part 2," the sequel to the hit R-rated 2009 comedy, in Bangkok. The movie is set for release on May 26, 2011.
In the first comedy movie, which hit theaters in 2009, hijinks ensued when the four arrived in Las Vegas for a bachelor party ahead of the wedding of Doug, played by Bartha. In the sequel the four travel to Bangkok for Stu's wedding. Helms plays the character and famously lost a tooth in the first film.
"The Hangover Part 2" features cameos by former U.S. President Bill Clinton and actor Liam Neeson. Cooper, who is reprising his role as party-loving Phil in "The Hangover 2", starred with Neeson in the film "The A-Team" last year. Mike Tyson appeared in the first "Hangover" movie.
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