Somehow, we knew this was coming.
During the season finale of Saturday Night Live, hosted by alum Andy Samberg, the show spoofed Jay-Z and Solange's now infamous elevator fight, with SNL alum Maya Rudolph returning to reprise her role of Beyoncé in the cold open.
And according to the show, the duo was not fighting at all. Instead, Solange was trying to get a huge spider off of Jay Z instead, proven by Jay and Solange's "exclusive" version of the leaked video, which included audio.
"Oh my god there's a spider on you," Solange said in the clip. "What, get it, you know I hate spiders," Jay said. "It keeps moving," Solange said in between swings. "Kick it," Jay said, as Solange tried to kick him.
Jay Pharoah brought back his spot on impersonation of Hov for the skit, while newcomer Sasheer Zamata played Solange.
Towards the end, Rudolph popped up as Beyoncé in black high waist shorts and a tight bronze top to talk about what went down--with her hand on her hip, and a slight breeze blowing her hair.
Meanwhile, more SNL alums returned for the skit "Kissing Family," in which Fred Armisen, Rudolph, Samberg, and Kristen Wiig joined Bill Hader and Paul Rudd to mock the recent "controversy" about Michael Sam kissing his boyfriend on ESPN. The group played the Vogelchecks, a family who showed their affection with a ton of inappropriate, over-the-top make out sessions, but were still taken aback by Sam's smooch.
In one gross-out moment, Wiig lovingly bites Armisen's tongue when he goes in for a kiss, and in another, Hader licks Samberg's ear repeatedly.
St. Vincent also appeared on the show, performing "Digital Witness" and "Birth in Reverse."
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