"SNL" Spoofed Adam Levine And Armie Hammer — And Their Texts — Last Night

    This whole skit was A LOT.

    Last night, Saturday Night Live returned for its 48th season with host Miles Teller. And in one skit, Miles played the talk show host of a game show called Send Something Normal.

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    On the show, there were four contestants — Adam Levine (Mikey Day), Armie Hammer (James Austin Johnson), Neil deGrasse Tyson (Kenan Thompson), and Bowen Yang (as himself).

    Screenshot of "SNL" skit

    The goal of the show was easy — respond to a hypothetical DM in a normal way. Obviously, this was spoofing Armie and Adam's infamous texting scandals.

    Mikey Day as Adam Levine

    For those of you who don't know, Armie Hammer faced backlash, allegations, and was removed from movie roles after his disturbing cannibalism texts were leaked. And Adam Levine faced accusations of infidelity when his texts were recently leaked by an Instagram model.

    When it was Adam's turn to respond to a fan who said they loved his music, Adam failed because he sent the following messages:

    Screenshot of DMs on "SNL" skit

    Next was Armie Hammer, who first asked for a round of applause for his "return to Hollywood" — to which Miles, as the host, responded:

    No, you may not.

    Armie then also failed his DM prompt when he responded to a fan asking, "How are you?" like this:

    Screenshot of DMs during "SNL" skit

    So, yeah. The skit was a lot. You can watch the full thing here.