Maya Rudolph will play Beyoncé taking on ‘Hot Ones’ on ‘SNL’

Maya Rudolph returned as a guest Saturday Night Live last night (March 27), Beyoncé plays in a themed sketch.

In the scene, Rudolph’s Beyoncé took on the popular YouTube challenge Hot Ones, which celebrities can see chatting while eating increasingly hot chicken wings.

Rudolph’s most famous appearance as Queen Bey came on the show back in 2012, in a sketch about her son Blue Ivy who featured Justin Timberlake as Justin Vernon at Bon Iver and Kristen Wiig as Taylor Swift.

Look at last night’s sketch below.

Last year, Rudolph won an Emmy Award for his role as a regular guest on it SNL featuring US Vice President Kamala Harris, along with Jim Carrey as Joe Biden.

“I’m so grateful, always, to be a part of that place,” Rudolph told Jimmy Fallon of his time SNL recently.

“And then so, when I had the wildest dreams, I thought there would always be a candidate who looks nearby no matter what? It is my civic duty. I have to do it. ”

Elsewhere on last night’s show, Jack Harlow made his debut album on the show, performing his recent singles ‘Tyler Herro’ and ‘Whats Poppin’ back to back. Harlow also appeared in a sketch outlining NFTs with the help of Eminem ‘s’ Without Me’.

Meanwhile, the real Beyoncé broke the record for most Grammy wins with a female artist and a male or female singer, picking up three awards at this month’s 2021 concert – Music Video Best for ‘Brown Skin Girl’, Best R&B performance ‘Black March’, and Best Rap Play for her remix of Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Savage’.