Did Pedro Pascal crash Bad Bunny’s ‘SNL’ monologue and claim to be his favorite actor?

Pedro Pascal made a surprise appearance during Bad Bunny’s opening monologue on “SNL” on Saturday night. Pascal, who previously hosted an episode last season, played the role of a translator as Bad Bunny boasted about his Spanish skills and how he enjoyed doing things in Spanish more than in English.

During the monologue, Bad Bunny called Pascal to join him on stage and introduced him as his “favorite actor.” Pascal, however, jokingly clarified to the audience that Bad Bunny was merely singing his praises. He advised Bad Bunny to make a self-deprecating joke about his face or body, to which the host responded that he didn’t have any features that could be mocked. Pascal humorously agreed, saying, “Totally. Me either.” Pascal also suggested that Bad Bunny show an embarrassing photo, but the host claimed that there was none to be found.

Pascal’s involvement in the show didn’t end with the monologue. He appeared alongside Bad Bunny in a sketch, where they played protective Spanish-speaking mothers with reservations about their son’s new girlfriend. Pascal also introduced Bad Bunny’s second musical performance.

Pedro Pascal has gained a significant following through his roles in popular fantasy and sci-fi series. He is known for his performances in “Game of Thrones” on HBO, “The Mandalorian” on Disney+, and the upcoming series “The Last of Us” on HBO. This was not Pascal’s first appearance on “SNL,” as he previously hosted an episode with Coldplay as the musical guest.

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