SNL Pays Solemn Tribute to Ukraine amid conflict with Russia

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    Saturday Night Live is an American late-night live Stand-up comedy and variety show. However, It is also mostly known as SNL. The American show is created by Lorne Michaels. It is developed by Dick Ebersol. Saturday Night Live has gotten various honors in the 4 decades. Including 86 Primetime Emmy Awards, four Writers Guild of America Awards, and two Peabody Awards. It was positioned 10th in TV Guide’s “50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time” list. Therefore, In 2007 it was recorded as one of Time’s 100 Best TV Shows of all time. SNL pays a heartfelt tribute by singing a prayer hymn for Ukraine. Which is currently facing Russian invasion of the country.

    There were no grins, there were no jokes, there were no crazy appearances during Saturday Night Live’s Cold Open this end of the week. The cast individuals Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong came out and gravely presented the Ukrainian Chorus Dumka of New York, who sang prayers for Ukraine.

    The group played out the energetic nineteenth century song. While remaining before a table of candles. They spelled out “KYIV,” as individuals in the Ukrainian capital of similar name. And different parts of the Eastern European nation confronted the beginning of a fourth day of assaults by Russia.

    After the chorus completed their performance, McKinnon and Strong got back to proclaim, “Live from New York, it’s Saturday Night”. The host John Mulaney later came on stage to start his speech. The show host begin his speech about his past when he used drugs and about mental health. In addition, John said: “For many, many reasons, I’m grateful to be here tonight after a very complicated year. It is wonderful to be in a place that’s always emphasized sobriety and mental health.”

    Watch the video here.

    [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjE4_h0t7qI%5D

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