Canadian-born actress has announced a special event during the monologue late night NBC sketch series, saying: "I love American. You are confident and direct. And now, when I'm Asian-Canadian-American, I'm trying to learn a thing or two about Tooting your horn. "
«SNL» Regular Leslie Jones Oh joined on stage to tell her how well she was doing, to which defaulted on the Canadian in her and asked for forgiveness. But Jones said that Canadians are doing "very well" in America. "Look at the Drake. In Canada, he was in a wheelchair, "she said. "You have to learn to take a compliment. … This is not about boasting; it's about the swag. You just have to be sure. "
"I am Sandra Oh, and I cry more than anyone you've ever met," she tried.
Oh also said that people told her that she was a great year. She became the first Asian actress to be nominated for lead drama actress Amy in 2018, and then she went on to win the Golden Globe in the same category and for the same role (titular MI6 agent in the BBC America series), during the awards ceremony she was also co-hosting. This time, however, she took the opportunity to thank everyone, but her parents – who she said, not looking, "the SNL", because it is at the same time as the "go to bed."
Oh look at «SNL» monologue below:
«Saturday Night Live» is broadcast live coast to coast on Saturdays at 11:30 pm ET / 8:30 pm PT on NBC.