SNL Turns 'Sorry' from Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' Into an Anthem for Donald Trump's Women

Tell him boy, bye.

The funniest sketch in last night's episode of Saturday Night Live was definitely this one. Parodying the song you've had stuck in your head for months, Beyoncé's "Sorry," SNL delivered a version of the DGAF track for the women of Donald Trump's life: "Melanianade."

The scene opens in a limousine and Cecily Strong as Melania Trump monologues, "I stood by your side this whole campaign, your beautiful, dutiful Melania."

Joining Trump's fed-up wife as she airs her grievances is the night's host, Emily Blunt, as Trump's eldest daughter Ivanka, along with Kate McKinnon as Kellyanne Conway, Sasheer Zamata as Omarosa, and Vanessa Bayer as Tiffany Trump.

The ladies do Lemonade proud, amping up the girl power, calling out the Republican candidate on his B.S. and reminding him, "without us you wouldn't be standing there, you'd just be that guy with the weird hair." Boy, bye!

Well, until Alec Baldwin Donald Trump shows up and they all fall obediently in line. Somewhere, Beyoncé is shaking her head in disappointment.

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