Zoë Kravitz, or should we say, "girlie," please don't ever stop this train wreck of a maid of honor speech. During "Saturday Night Live" on March 12, the "The Batman" actress made her hosting debut with a powerful opening monologue and a stylish selection of '90s outfits, but one of her most hilarious skits came at her friend's wedding. For anyone who's attended a wedding recently, this will hit close to home. Not only is Kravitz's speech a bride's worst nightmare, but the look on the groom's face is also pure panic. As Cecily Strong's maid of honor, Sarah really opens her husband's eyes to the reality of her "girlie."
Kravitz talks about what an encouraging and reliable friend Tanya is, supporting her when she's had too much to drink on multiple occasions. "And when she's going through a tough time herself, she doesn't complain, she dances. Professionally," Kravitz says as Sarah. She goes on to roast her BFF's husband's performance in the bedroom and how he stacks up against "the hundreds and hundreds of guys she's dragged home over the years." (Yep, including the entire cast of "Jackass.")
"After your first date, she said, 'I met my person,' and she deleted all the dating apps. Match, Tinder, Choke Pony . . . all of them. At least, I think she did." Matt learns about her three phones, her children, and a whole lot more. Watch the hilariously incriminating maid of honor speech during Kravitz's "SNL" hosting debut above.