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“Killing Eve” star Sandra Oh hosted “Saturday Night Live” this weekend.
In her opening monologue she celebrated her one-year anniversary of becoming a US citizen.
The Canadian-born actress marked the special occasion by saying: “I love Americans. You are confident and direct. And now that I am an Asian-Canadian-American, I’m trying to learn a thing or two about tooting my own horn.”
“SNL” cast member Leslie Jones joined Oh onstage to teach her how to take a compliment and gain confidence.
In her attempt at a brag, Oh said: “I’m Sandra Oh and I cry more than any person you’ve ever met.”
Watch the full clip below.
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