(CTN News) – On Saturday, Bad Bunny, 29, made his third appearance on Saturday Night Live in which he performed both as a host and as a musical guest, making it his third time on the show.
As a tribute to his mother-tongue, the Bad Bunny legendary musician made an entrance on stage to deliver a monologue in his mother-tongue Spanish.
During the opening Spanish monologue, the Grammy winner was attempting to mock naysayers who doubted the Grammy winner’s ability to conduct an English-language show.
According to him, many people wonder if I will be able to host the Bad Bunny show because English isn’t my first language. I don’t know if they know, but I don’t mind doing what I want,” he explained.
As Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio (Bad Bunny) was coming to the end of his monologue, he was pleasantly surprised by the arrival of Chilean actor Pedro Pascal, who appeared on stage just prior to the end of the monologue. The Game of Thrones actor assisted the I Like It rapper with the translation of his humorous monologue into the English language.
Pedro, who was the host of last year’s show, was also asked by Bad Bunny to give him some advice on what the opening monologue he should deliver during his monologue.
The idea of doing a self-deprecatory joke when performing a monologue is always charming in my opinion, and I would recommend that you do the same when performing your monologue.
The 29-year-old Puerto Rican Bad Bunny rapper closed his monologue by giving a nod to all Latinos and expressing his gratitude to both Saturday Night Live and the Latino community on behalf of all Latinos.