The Catholic Church need not worry—comedian Kevin Hart has taken the Pope replacement problem into his own hands (kinda).

During Jason Sudeikis' famous The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer sketch on last night's Saturday Night Live, the successor to Pope Benedict XVI's was announced, and it just happened to be 9-year-old Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis

Well, moreso Hart dressed as Wallis.

"Wow, I don't think anyone saw this coming," Sudeikis said, with the reporter responding, "Quvenzhané Wallis, of course, the first African-American, the first female and first child Pope."

And seeing how that is such a great accomplishment, Wallis (Hart)—who was dressed in a navy blue Georgio Armani gown and toting her signature puppy purse—went into her famous muscle-man pose, before busting out the Dougie.

"Well, I think I speak for all of us when I say, go Popey, go Popey, go," Sudeikis said.

Her first words as Pope? "Who the man? I'm the man," in Latin.

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