Here Are Maya Rudolph’s Best Impressions Of Kamala Harris On \


Updated 1 minute ago. Posted 39 minutes ago

If there’s anything that can make 2020 a little better, it’s more Maya Rudolph.

Now that Kamala Harris is officially Biden’s VP pick, it’s time we talk about what this means for us moving forward…MORE MAYA RUDOLPH ON SNL!
Since the announcement this afternoon, Twitter has been blowin’ up with support for Rudolph who, frankly, has killed it with her Harris impression so far.
And by killed it, I mean she’s been nominated for a gosh dang Emmy for how great it is!

Rudolph herself has shared her excitement about possibly returning to the show, with a very fitting, “That’s spicy…oh shit!”


In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, she explained that while traveling to and from NYC during a pandemic wasn’t exactly part of the plan, she’ll take any excuse she can get to be back on the show. She went on to say, “…I can’t believe that I got to work there, and I can’t believe that it’s my family still.”

In honor of this great news for SNL fans everywhere, let’s take a look back at some of her very best Kamala Harris appearances thus far:
Rudolph first played America’s funt – our fun, cool aunt – Kamala Harris in last year’s DNC Town Hall sketch where she took some playful jabs at both Harris herself and the other candidates.
We were graced with all these old-school Harris memes when Rudolph returned to the stage a month later in the 2020 Democratic Debate sketch and tried to create some “viral moments”.
You can watch the whole sketch here.
And finally, Rudolph made her most recent – and most iconic – appearance as Harris in the PBS Democratic Debate Cold Open, where she returned with a martini in hand, a rap ready to go, and a Lizzo reference on deck. Harris was no longer in the Presidential race at this point in time, but her ex-girlfriend-who-is-thriving-after-your-break-up energy is absolutely impecable.
You can watch the whole sketch below, or skip to 4:10 for Rudolph’s impression.
Well, here’s to hoping for much more Maya Rudolph in the future!