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Sarah Palin Returns to 'Saturday Night Live' For 40th Anniversary Episode

Sarah Palin Returns to 'Saturday Night Live' For 40th Anniversary Episode

Sarah Palin will be making an appearance on Saturday Night Live‘s 40th anniversary episode, according to People.

The 50-year-old politician was reportedly invited onto the show by producer Lorne Michaels.

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If you don’t remember, Sarah was repeatedly spoofed on the show by Tina Fey during the presidential race in 2008.

Sarah showed that she wasn’t bothered by the spoofs by appearing on SNL two weeks before Election Day that year.

Emma Stone, Derek Jeter, Kanye West, Taylor Swift, and Justin Timberlake are just some of other celebs appearing on the 40th anniversary episode, which will air on Saturday, February 15 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. We can’t wait!

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  • kellyf

    She’s crazy, but the skit with her and Tina Fey together was one of the single funniest moments that SNL has had in the last decade.

  • SquidBillie

    Anything to get her face in front of a camera. Leave her at home, and have Tina Fey come on with her impression.

  • Sorin B

    If she was a liberal, she would be a hero… But she is a conservative, smart, beautiful, patriotic and she doesnt like the PC BS… So, she is crazy… Not in my world!

  • jillkennedy

    The only reason anyone pays attention to that moron is because she is attractive. Seriously, the verisimilitude of Sarah Palin is stunning:

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