With Chance The Rapper hosting and Eminem showing out as the musical guest, yesterday evening was the flawless time to sit back and relax in front of the TV and enjoy the show live from NY! But many on social media felt "Come Back, Barack" was the one that would sell better.
That's the approach Chance the Rapper, Keenan Thompson, and Chris Redd took on Saturday Night Live this weekend, donning scarves, suits, and more scarves for a mournful Boyz II Men-style ballad about someone we're all missing lately: Barack Obama. "The only thing I'm here to celebrate is Thanksgiving", he said, before breaking out into song. "It's Thanksgiving time when you are forced to see/every single bad apple on your whole family tree".
"Every night, I turn the TV on and cry / I say why, I feel like we're all gonna die / So come back, Barack", the trio sing.
"You know, we just got to keep the pressure up and stay out of the box".
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Later in the night Chance broke out into song again for a sketch that turned out to be one of the breakout moments of the night.
The trio crooned: "So, come back, Barack, even though he's not allowed/We want you back somehow/I need you in my life".
It's nice to see that, despite this change in style and content, Chance can still have some fun and laugh at himself on a show like SNL.