Chloe Fineman channeled her inner Anna Delvey during "Saturday Night Live"'s March 5 episode, hosted by Oscar Isaac. In the sketch titled "Inventing Chloe," the "SNL" star parodied Netflix's crime drama "Inventing Anna," donning flashy clothes and oversize, black-framed glasses. Speaking with a Russian-German accent, Fineman goes around grumbling about the "basic" food in the office and telling people she's going to wire the money she owes them.
The hilarious sketch concludes with Kate McKinnon telling Fineman, "I can't help but notice you've been Delvy-ing everyone today." Finally snapping out of it, Fineman takes off her glasses and hands them over to McKinnon. Once Fineman is out of the picture, McKinnon tries on the glasses herself, quipping, "There can only be one Delvey around here."
On March 7, Julia Garner, who portrays Delvey in "Inventing Anna," reacted to "SNL"'s parody via Instagram. "@chloeiscrazy is a MASTERPIECE! You are true genius. What a honor. So brilliant. Thank you @chloeiscrazy @nbcsnl 💞💞💞" she wrote.
Watch the funny clip above!