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Sarah Palin Expected to Appear on 'Saturday Night Live'

September 25, 2008 (7:19 am) GMT
The senator who was impersonated by Tina Fey in the beginning of 34th season is reportedly slated to get her revenge.
Sarah Palin Expected to Appear on 'Saturday Night Live'

There is a possibility that Republican Vice-President candidate Sarah Palin will make an appearance on "". OK! magazine quoted some sources as saying that Palin will get a chance on a revenge to comedian .

The long-running sketch comedy show opened its 34th season on September 13 with a performance by Fey and , the former who parodied the senator and the latter who spoofed Hilary Clinton. The presidential hopeful is now said to be in consideration to have a surprise pop-in, but no clue yet on when her episode will be aired. Her security reportedly has on Wednesday, September 24 done a "thorough walk-through of the Rockefeller Center studio" where the shooting will take place.

Furthermore, OK! reports that Fey could also be back to reprise her impersonation of Palin on the same show.

When the episode about her spoof was aired, the real Sarah Palin reportedly had a good laugh of the sketch. "She thought it was quite funny, particularly because she once dressed up as Tina Fey for Halloween," her spokesperson Tracey Schmitt said.

"SNL" will return on a new episode this Saturday, September 27 with as host and Welsh singer as the musical act.

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