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Ellen DeGeneres on Her 'SNL' Spoof: It's Weird to Be Impersonated

November 14, 2012 (8:32 am) GMT
Admitting it's fun watch Kate McKinnon playing herself, the 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' host points out, 'They choose a trait about you and they kind of blow it up so it looks ridiculous.'
Ellen DeGeneres on Her 'SNL' Spoof: It's Weird to Be Impersonated

has reacted to "" take on herself. In a November 13 episode of her talk show "", the comedian made a few quips when sharing her feelings about being impersonated.

Calling who impersonated her a "funny" person, the wife of admitted, "It's fun to watch, but it's weird to be impersonated." She continued saying, "I look at it and go on, 'Do I sound like that?' "

Commenting on how precise "SNL" mimicked her, DeGeneres pointed out, "But they choose a trait about you and they kind of blow it up so it looks ridiculous. Like I never put my hands up and go, 'I'm Ellen.' " She insisted, "I never do that."

Later after showing a sketch which featured McKinnon's version of her dancing on the fake talk show, she enthused, "Very funny. It seems a little crazy. She made it look like all I do on the show is dance."

In addition to mocking DeGeneres, the "SNL" sketch titled "Ellen" featured making an impersonation of . Talking with a smirk, the host of the November 10 installment of the variety program showed a more natural smile which she claimed to be her best disguise when she wanted to avoid paparazzi.



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