Lindsay Lohan's much anticipated hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live" was last night, and while the general consensus is that she wasn't great, she did have one memorable sketch.
The actress teamed up with the female "SNL" cast members to mock Bravo's "Real Housewives" franchise (Bravo is a subsidiary of NBC).
Of course, there was a hilarious twist -- the "SNL" housewives were all based off Disney princesses, including Belle from "Beauty and the Beast" and Jasmine from "Aladdin." Lindsay played Rapunzel, declaring in the opening credits, "I'm out of the tower and into the spotlight!"
Check out the hilarious "Real Housewives of Disney" below (warning: some strong language):
The long-haired heroine was perfect for Lindsay, who's known for her blonde hair extensions. But it was Kristin Wiig's boozy, Kim Richards-inspired Cinderella that made us laugh in the pre-taped skit.
Lindsay didn't fare as well during the actual live taping. She poked fun at her criminal past in the opening monologue and in a sketch where she met up with juvenile delinquents as part of a "Scared Straight" program. Unfortunately, she had to rely so heavily on the cue cards it felt like she was reading more than acting.
That skit is too vulgar for us to post here, but you can see it on NBC's website. The funniest part isn't Lindsay's performance, but Jason Sudeikis accidentally sitting on a cup of pens at the end of the skit and nearly breaking character.
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