In yet another installment of "Melania Moments," Saturday Night Live put their own twist on Beyoncé's hit "Sorry," starring Cecily Strong as the nation's potential First Lady, host for the evening Emily Blunt as Ivanka Trump, Kate McKinnon as Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, Sasheer Zamata as Apprentice alum Omarosa, and Vanessa Bayer as Tiffany Trump.
The comedic sketch models Queen Bey's music video to a tee: From the intro monologue, to the all black and white vibes and even her famous pigtail braids, SNL hit this parody straight out of the park.
"Melanianade" follows the Republican candidate's wife and the rest of the ladies in his inner circle as they reach their breaking point amid ongoing controversy in Trump's journey to the White House.
"I've stood by your side this whole campaign, your beautiful, dutiful Melania," Strong tells the camera. "I can't take it anymore." And yes, Bey's baseball bat also makes an appearance.
As is customary during every election year, Saturday Night Live hasn't held back from tackling each and every political (as well as viral!) figure in the race.
Hillary Clinton (McKinnon) and Trump (Alec Baldwin) returned for last night's opening number, and while answering questions during a mock town hall, one familiar face just so happened to show up for the two candidates.
Ken Bone, the red sweater-wearing unsung hero of the second presidential debate, made his SNL debut by way of Bobby Moynihan, and the result was nothing short of epic.
Saturday Night Live airs Saturday nights at 11:30 p.m. on NBC.
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