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Last night’s SNL featured a “Hotline Bling” parody starring Donald Trump

Plus, a parody of M.I.A.'s "Bad Girls" and two spectacular performances from Sia

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    With Donald Trump serving as host, you wouldn’t have expected last night’s Saturday Night Live to be the most music-centric episode of the season, but that was indeed case. In addition to two spectacular performances from Sia, the episode featured a parody of Drake’s “Hotline Bling” video in which Trump danced and mouthed the words of the song. Not only that, but the women of SNL spoofed M.I.A.’s video for “Bad Girls” by doing naughty things like “not paying for lemonade” and “leaving ice cream in the bread aisle.”

    As for Sia, she previewed her new album, This Is Acting, out January 29th via RCA, with live renditions of “Alive” and “Bird Set Free”. In typical Sia fashion, it was more a performance art piece, as Sia wore giant bows in her hair and was accompanied by a choral ensemble and dancer who was dressed like her.

    Replay everything below.

    “Hotline Bling” parody:

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    “Bad Girls” parody:

    Sia – “Alive”:

    Sia – “Bird Set Free”:

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