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Ariana Grande, Judy Garland

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Break out the jazz hands, it's Ariana Grande.

The 22-year-old pop star has added Judy Garland to her list of awesome celebrity impressions that she can do. Grande impersonates the Wizard of Oz actress and singer, who died at age 47 in 1969, in a Saturday Night Live sketch cut for time from this past weekend's show.

Grande's Garland stars in a fictional '60s sci-fi B-movie as a starship captain and performs the star's covers of the show tunes "Get Happy" and "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart." Grande nails the actress' overly dramatic acting—par for the course of her era—perfectly.

"Well, shall we celebrate by having one of your boys give a little speech about me?" Grande's Garland tells SNL stars Kenan ThompsonBeck Bennett and Jon Rudnitsky.

"Look at all the stars out there, Captain Judy Garland," Bennett says. "Well, there's gotta be over 3,000 of them. But even the brightest star out there doesn't compare...well, to you."

"If anything ever happened to you, I would walk out into space and let my body explode," Thompson adds.

"Oh, thank you, darling," Grande's Garland replies. "Thank you."

The video was posted on YouTube this week. Several commentators said Grande should be made an SNL cast member due to her performances on the show.

She had made her SNL hosting debut on the episode, during which she had showcased her impressions of fellow singers such as Céline DionBritney Spears and the late Whitney Houston and as well as of actress Jennifer Lawrence.

In another SNL sketch cut for time, released online earlier this week, Grande encounters the dimwitted BoBo and JoJo, played by Beckett and Kyle Mooney.