'SNL' Reminds Us Women Have Been Battling Sexual Harassment for, Um, Ever in New Pop Song Parody
The song is aptly entitled 'Welcome to Hell.'
Saturday Night Live is doing its best to bring us back down to earth. On Dec. 2, living legends Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, Cecily Strong, and guest star Saoirse Ronan performed a pop song parody reminding the world that women have battled sexual harassment since the dawn of time. Never fear: the tune's title will have you have you laughing through your tears: "Welcome to Hell."
The parody makes a great point. While sexual harassment has been a trendy issue ever since Harvey Weinstein was outed for being walking garbage, it has always existed. Just because we're talking about it more now doesn't mean it wasn't just as important 20, 50, or 100 years ago.
Check out the lyrics:
The video also features bunnies...
... brightly colored polka dots...
... ice cream cones, and pink metallic skirts. You know, the works.
Here's the full video. Brace yourself for a hefty dose of realness.