‘Saturday Night Live’ Parodies Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ With Melania and Ivanka Trump

Boy, bye! Saturday Night Live reimagined Beyoncé's Lemonade album film as a Melania Trump-centric parody titled Melanianade, in which the former model (portrayed by Cecily Strong) sings about how she's fed up with her husband, Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin).

In the hilarious sketch, which was inspired by Queen Bey's "Sorry" music video, Melania is joined by stepdaughters Ivanka Trump (Emily Blunt) and Tiffany Trump (Vanessa Bayer), as well as Donald's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway (Kate McKinnon) and his "only black friend" Omarosa (Sasheer Zamata).

Cecily Strong as Melania Trump Saturday Night Live/YouTube

Together, the five women express their anger with Donald amid his recent scandals, culminating in the numerous women who accused him of sexual misconduct earlier in the week.

"Here lies my last nerve, Donald," Melania says in the video, which aired on the Saturday, October 15, episode of the NBC comedy show. "I've stood by your side this whole campaign — your beautiful, dutiful Melania. I can't take it anymore. … You're breaking us, taking it for granted that we'll always be there. But one day soon, Donald, you may wake up and this bomb Pussy-Bow blouse will be gone."

Cecily Strong as Melania Trump Saturday Night Live/YouTube

Later in the skit, Tiffany (who SNL called Donald's "other daughter") is shown destroying a portrait of her father, singing, "I'll never be Ivanka in your eyes."

Melania then parodies Beyoncé's "Becky with the good hair" lyric, crooning, "Without us, you'd be standing there. You'd just be that guy with the weird hair."

Sasheer Zamata, Emily Blunt, Kate McKinnon, Cecily Strong and Vanessa Bayer Saturday Night Live/YouTube

The sketch ends with Donald asking the group of women to come with him into a waiting limo, and they all (minus Tiffany, who is uninvited) follow close behind.

"I wrote that all by myself," Melania tells the camera after the song comes to a close, in a nod to the now-infamous moment when the real-life Melania allegedly plagiarized Michelle Obama's speech during the opening night of the Republican National Convention earlier this year.

'SNL' parodied Beyonce's 'Lemonade' Saturday Night Live/YouTube

Watch Melanianade in the video above!

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