Tina Fey Sarah Palin SNL Video:2010 Saturday Night Live Parody

Tina Fey Sarah Palin SNL Video:2010 Saturday Night Live Parody – We can’t deny that it’s enjoyable to see celebrity impersonations on television. Especially when they are completely making fun of a character as humorous as Sarah Palin. Well last night celebrity Tina Fey controlled the spotlight when she hosted Saturday Night Live and took on the role of the former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin. The show was introduced in “Oprah-style” and it was a network called nothing other than the “Sarah Palin Network.” Along with all of the other great things that Tina Fey awed the crowd with, one of the fines moments was probably when she performed her impersonation of Palin with her “Hey Journalist, I Gotcha,” where Pailin edited interviews so that the entire interview would appear to the audience like it was unprepared and just kind of split of the moment.

She did a wonderful impression of Sarah Palin on “Saturday Night Live” while managing to host the entire length of the show. It was her very first impersonation of the former Alaska Governer Sarah Palin since the impressions she did during the 2008 presidential campaign. This was when Sarah Palin was running for the vice presidential candidate along with McCain running for President of the United States. Palin has very recently undergone a new production that is being known as “Real American “Stories” and his hosted by the Fox News Channel. It will be an eight part series for TLC. Fey looking rather appealing in her leather jacket featuring a bright and vibrant American flag pin, Fey had numerous jokes to play on Sarah Palin. Introducing all of her new shows “Tea Party Wheel of Fortune” in which the puzzle said “Obamar is a terrist.” As well as “Are you Smarter than a Half-Term Goverber?” and “30 Main Sttreet” which was a gimmick of her own television show, “30 Rock.”

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    1. R. R. says:

      I don’t recall a “2009 presidential election” but there was one in 2008. Maybe this is a Palin quote… hhhmmm.

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