Will Ferrell Brings Back George W. Bush for the Night on ‘SNL’ as Chris Stapleton Performs
"Live from New York, it's George W. Bush!" Saturday Night Live tweeted.
When you put the terms "George W. Bush" and "Saturday Night Live" together, it could only mean one thing. Will Ferrell is back on SNL.
The comedy veteran guest hosted the January 27 episode of the late night sketch show and brought in a heavy dose of laughter for all. From a monologue that sarcastically talks about his "first time" hosting, an antiperspirant that deals with sexual harassment ("Next: For Men"), doing a parody of the viral video of senior citizens filming a commercial ("Commercial Shoot"), and taking a stab at being a Southwest flight attendant ("Flight Attendants"), Ferrell's appearance just proves his comedic antics are priceless and timeless.
As he ran the show for the night, country singer Chris Stapleton joined in on the fun. hitting the stage as last night's musical guest.
Recently featured on Justin Timberlake's "Say Something," the 39-year-old singer sang his hits "Hard Livin'" and "Midnight Train to Memphis" with a surprise appearance from Grammy award-winning artist Sturgill Simpson.
Check out some of the highlights from last night's episode below: