Saoirse Ronan's Best Moments on 'SNL'

"Welcome to Hell" should be required viewing.

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Saoirse Ronan hosted Saturday Night Live last night and the Lady Bird star and Oscar contender crushed it (is anyone surprised?).

If you're a huge fan of Saoirse's work and still not sure how to pronounce her name, don't worry. You're not alone and she realizes that her name causes some head-scratching among her American fans.

“I am very Irish, and I have an extremely Irish name," she said. "Some would say too Irish. It’s Saoirse. It means freedom. But I’ve got a little problem: It’s spelled wrong. It’s a full typo."

As such, she dedicated her monologue to explaining just how to say it:

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Here are some other highlights from her hosting stint.

"Welcome to Hell"

Probably the buzziest sketch of the week, Saoirse joined the ladies of SNL for a song addressing the ongoing sexual harassment scandals unfolding across a number of industries—and how none of it feels like news to women who have endured years of harassment and been silenced or ignored when they tried to speak out.

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"Bachelor Auction"

Saoirse wasn't the star of this sketch, but she stole it with every line.

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