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Kim Kardashian West Host on SNL Funniest Moments:

Kim Kardashian West on 'SNL': Her funniest moments
This image provided by NBC shows Episode 1807 musical guest Halsey, from left, host Kim Kardashian West, and Cecily Strong during promos for Saturday Night Live in Studio 8H on Oct. 7, 2021.

Kim Kardashian West Host on SNL Funniest Moments:

Kim Kardashian West Is Not Funny, But She Was Surprisingly Good on SNL. Kim Kardashian West strutted onto the “Saturday Night Live” stage wearing a vibrant pink catsuit and proceeded to deliver a biting, funny monologue focused on herself, her family, and taking head-on the tabloid-inspired fame that comes from being America’s most prominent reality star.

Kardashian West’s speech was a perfectly fine delivery of quality burns. The 40-year-old star of “Keeping up with the Kardashians” jumped right in and made light of her s3x tape that surfaced in the early 2000s, saying,

“I’m surprised to see me here, too. I haven’t had a movie premiere in a really long time.”

There’s something so charming, inspiring even, about how hard this woman works. She was in nearly every sketch, which in itself shows a sign of respect for the assignment.

The People’s Kourt” was a great opportunity to skewer the lip curl of a sister Kourtney, while lording over a courtroom as an unimpressed judge.

I do wish Kardashian West had been able to push deeper into Kourtney’s energy-sucking disapproval of all things in her presence, and also that the person in charge of wigs had come up with another option. (It’s worth saying that Khloe Kardashian was on hand last night, participating in two sketches, while Kourtney was a no-show, presumably because comedy is boring and just really bad for her energy.)

Kardashian West clarified that she is so much more than the superficial glitz and glamour that everyone sees from the hair, makeup, and clothes. 

Moving on to rib her family, she bluntly stated that she is happy that no one can call her a golddigger. 

“Honestly, I’m not even sure how you become one,” she said. “So I asked my mom’s boyfriend, Corey [Gamble].”

"It's because of him I met my first Black person. Wanna take a stab in the dark on who it was," she said, referring to Simpson.

The monologue also paid homage to her late father, Robert Kardashian, a successful lawyer who represented O.J. Simpson in the former NFL star’s 1995 murder trial.

Simpson was acquitted of two counts of murder in the 1994 fatal stabbings of his ex-wife, Nicole Simpson, and Ronald Goldman, but a civil court jury found him liable and ordered him to pay $33.5 million.

Kardashian West also tackled her recent, high-profile separation from her husband Kanye West. 

After seven years together, Kardashian West filed for divorce from the rapper. In her commentary, she praised West as a musical genius and gave the audience the real reason they split despite his wealth, talent, and the four children they have together: 

“When I divorce him, you have to know it came down to one thing: his personality.”

Throughout the show, the jokes revolved around Kardashian West’s well-known celebrity persona.

The woman did something nobody thought she could and, because of her obvious efforts, didn’t embarrass herself. I found myself rooting for her.

In another skit, called “The Switch,” Kardashian West and comedian Aidy Bryant traded lives for 24 hours because Kardashian West wanted to have one day as an average person. 

The entertaining scene also included cameos from Kardashian West’s mom, Kris Jenner, and sister Khloe Kardashian.

Kardashian West then mocked another reality show, “The Bachelorette.” Wearing a yellow gown, she called up each contestant to give them a token of appreciation.

The crowd was laughing hysterically to see that the bachelors weren’t everyday people but other celebrities. 

The list included: John Cena, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, Chace Crawford, Jesse Williams, and Blake Griffin, who dated her sister, Kendall Jenner. And, of course, with a twist, the scene also included real-life bachelor Tyler Cameron.

Viewers also jammed out to musical guest Halsey, who is no stranger to the SNL stage, making her fifth appearance.

"I'm here to announce that I'm running. ... I'm just kidding," she smiled.

Next week, the host is scheduled to be actor Rami Malek, and rapper Young Thug will perform.

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