Stormy Daniels plays herself in Saturday Night Live cold open

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In last night’s Saturday Night Live cold open featuring Ben Stiller as Michael Cohen, adult film actress Stormy Daniels appeared to confront Donald Trump.

Live from New York, it’s… Stormy Daniels?

To this day, Saturday Night Live is proving that you never know quite what you’ll see on live television. Last night’s new episode featured a cold open sketch was filled with stars, but one particular cameo at the end was rather unexpected. None other than Daniels appeared to play herself!

The skit basically features Michael Cohen (Ben Stiller) panicking about the potential legal action being taken against him and Donald Trump. Worried, he calls Trump (Alec Baldwin, of course), and winds up playing phone tag with tons of other people. Over the course of the sketch, he winds up talking with people like Rudy Giuliani (Kate McKinnon), Ivanka Trump (Scarlett Johansson), Melania Trump (Cecily Strong), and Jared Kushner (Jimmy Fallon).

It all leads to the final phone call, with Cohen reaching Stormy Daniels with Trump also on the line. Of course, Daniels plays herself in the skit, and is quick to say how adult film stars “aren’t known for their acting” when the president suggests this is all an act. Baldwin’s Trump then asks Stormy what he can offer to make this whole thing go away, to which she replies, “A resignation.” And in perhaps a message directly to the real president, Daniels says, “I know you don’t believe in climate change, but a Storm’s a comin’, baby!”

You can watch the full sketch in the YouTube video below.

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Angry tweets from the president are likely incoming. If Trump hated the skits the show did about him before, he’s going to be absolutely furious this time. In any case, you can catch new episodes of SNL Saturday nights at 11:30 p.m. EST on NBC.