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Maya Rudolph’s Beyonce Returns for ‘Hot Ones’ Sketch

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Maya Rudolph‘s Beyonce is back for some more spicy wings.

The former Saturday Night Live cast member returned to the long-running sketch comedy show as host on May 11, reprising her role as the superstar singer in a parody of the chicken wings-themed YouTube series Hot Ones.

In the sketch, a follow-up to her parody from 2020, Rudolph dons a cowboy hat and red, white and blue getup similar to the outfit Queen Bey sports on the cover of her latest album, Cowboy Carter, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in early April.

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“This is the only thing that I attempted that I did not slay, and that bothered both me and my husband, my husband is Jay-Z,” Rudolph’s Beyonce tells host Sean Evans (played by SNL‘s Mikey Day), referring to the original skit.

Things start off mild as Rudolph’s Bey samples her first wing while answering a question about her new country-themed album.

“I just thought who gets to define country music, why not me?” she says. “This is a tasty wing, not that spicy. I’m from Texas baby, your girl likes it caliente. Let’s do the next one.”

As she begins to sample more hot wings, “Beyonce” becomes increasingly more uncomfortable with the rising temperatures.

“This wing is stomping my a–. Damn, my bones are hot,” she says after sampling sauces, including “Satan’s Taint Charred Chili” and “Sergeant Sphincter’s Volcanopeno.”

Similar to the 2020 parody, Bey’s handler eventually takes control of the situation and demands that all footage be destroyed.

This isn’t the first time Rudolph has portrayed the beloved music star. In addition to her Hot Ones sketches, the comedian played Bey in 2012 in a skit where other artists visited her and Jay-Z (portrayed by Jay Pharoah) following the birth of their daughter Blue Ivy.

Watch SNL‘s “Hot Ones with Beyoncé 2” sketch below. For those without cable, the broadcast streams on Peacock, which you can sign up for at the link here. Having a Peacock account also gives fans access to previous SNL episodes.

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