Love Actually has become a holiday staple, and when Amy Adam spoofs it on SNL, it becomes even more amazing.
It's that classic scene from the movie that melts our hearts. Mark (Andrew Lincoln) confesses his love for Juliet (Keira Knightley) through cue cards. He stands outside her door with signs saying, "Say it's Carol Singers…Without hope or agenda, just because it's Christmas and at Christmas you tell the truth, To me you are perfect…"
Well, Adams gets her cue cards from SNL's Pete Davidson, but they are just a little different.
Davidson starts out the same with "Say it's Carol Singers…Without hope or agenda, just because it's Christmas and at Christmas you tell the truth," but he inserts that he likes her "butt" and "juggs, etc. etc."
It gets even more romantic when he says he's scared of a skeleton dancing, hashtags humble brag and brings up his love for hot dogs.
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The part that the host of this SNL episode loses it at though is when he says he loves her eyes, her dimples and "that little hole between her buttcheeks." The Big Eyes actress cracks up and makes us laugh right along with her.
To compare this spoof with the actual version of Love Actually, here is the clip from that famous scene.
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To feel some holiday love, flashback to see Mariah Carey talk about "All I Want for Christmas Is You."