Brad Pitt Stars As Dr. Anthony Fauci In New SNL Sketch [Watch]

Saturday Night Live returned for another “At Home” version of the late-night comedy sketch show, this time featuring Brad Pitt as the now-famous Dr. Anthony Fauci.
In this cold open, Pitt’s Fauci attempted to clarify several of President Donald Trump’s recent comments concerning COVID-19 pandemic.
“Yes, the president has taken some liberties with our guidelines,” Pitt said as Fauci. “So tonight, I would like to explain what the president was trying to say.”
He began with clarifying that Trump said “everyone can get a test, what he meant was almost no one.” Then he went to a clip of the president saying his administration had done an “incredible job” and COVID-19 will “disappear one day, like a miracle.”
“A miracle is great. Who doesn’t like miracles?” Pitt’s Fauci said, before adding, “Miracles shouldn’t be Plan A.”
And finishing up the surprise appearance, Pitt removed his wig and dropped the Fauci accent for a serious and meaningful message. “To the real Dr. Fauci, thank you for your calm and your clarity in this unnerving time.”
Watch the skit below:

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