KimberlyGuilfoyle speaks during the first day of the Republican convention at the Mellon auditorium on August 24, 2021 in Washington, DC. OLIVIER Colliery/AFP via Getty Images Twitter had a lot to say about Guilfoyle's speech, with many criticizing the television personality for shouting at the podium.
KimberlyGuilfoyle ‘s… let’s say animated speech at the 2020 Republican National Convention drew instant comparisons to Cecily Strong ‘s iconic Saturday Night Live impression of a different Fox News personality. After Guilfoyle, 51, delivered an address that consisted of her yelling about “Socialist” Joe Biden and gesticulating wildly, viewers on Twitter expressed that it could have been one of Strong’s Judge Jeanine Piero sketches.
Like the Emmy nominee said in one of her sketches, “Mother’s got one volume and its three Chardonnays deep at a crowded party.” Guilfoyle ’s Republican National Convention speech went viral as astonished viewers listened to her shout about Trump saving the United States as she addressed an empty auditorium for six minutes. Unfortunately, Saturday Night Live is on summer hiatus, so there won’t be any sketches from Cecily this coming weekend, but that hasn’t stopped Twitter from fan casting.
So much material, so little time.” Another Twitter user joked that KimberlyGuilfoyle is the loudest Cecily Strong character ever.” When SNL returns, the cast will be stacked. On Monday's RNC convention, KimberlyGuilfoyle, former Fox News host and Donald Trump Jr's girlfriend, gave a fiery speech with animated gestures that amused some netizens.
Fans started calling for this spoof as they felt like KimberlyGuilfoyle's speech was extremely similar to Cecily Strong's Jeanine Piero skit. During the recent RNC convention, KimberlyGuilfoyle's speech drew a lot of eyes due to her exaggerated gestures and expressions.
After the RNC speech went viral on social media, many people on Twitter started asking for a KimberlyGuilfoyle spoof by Cecily Strong in SNL. Fans felt like Cecily Strong could play a perfect KimberlyGuilfoyle imitation as they both made exaggerated gestures while speaking.
During her RNC Speech, KimberlyGuilfoyle slammed the Biden-Harris democratic nominees and talked about how they would lead to a bleak future for America. The former Fox News host then slammed the democratic nominees and claimed that President Trump's America would “light things up, not don't dim them down”.
UNIDENTIFIED PERSON: The following program was taped before an audience of no one. BILL KURTIS: From NPR and WB EZ Chicago, this is WAIT... DON'T TELL ME, the NPR news quiz.
(SOUNDBITE OF APPLAUSE SOUND EFFECT) And thanks to our fake audience, which this week is just Jerry Falwell Jr. watching his wife studying figures with their business associate.
We are very glad to be with you all after our very relaxing break, which we spent staring at the walls until our jobs started up again. Later on, we're going to be talking to SNL cast member Cecily Strong, who's better at pretending to be Donald Trump's wife than Donald Trump's wife is.
And unlike a lot of people who live in Asheville, you sound like you're from there. You know, you say you don't have any kind of audience members, but actually, my dog is here listening, so...
Saga: The quadrennial conventions are a place for the parties to fool the public about whom the candidates are. The Democrats last week depicted Joe Biden to be a youthful, vibrant guy who's been just that way since World War I.
The Republicans depicted President Trump as a kind, gentle, compassionate leader who cares about the little guy and minorities. They were so successful at it that President Trump called himself a loser.
And then there was KimberlyGuilfoyle, who was only not named Trump because Donald Jr. won't put a ring on it. You know he's not going to buy the cow if you're giving him the cocaine for free.
Borden: And I have to say, Melania, oddly, has become very popular here in California because we are suffering from drought, and we were like, that's it. Rocco: Well, I did notice that there was a reaction shot of the crowd at one point.
It's someone who had to resign this week as head of Liberty University. Saga: After years of rumors about the evangelical leader's private life, the other shoe finally dropped this week, along with his pants.
It turns out that Falwell and his wife had a relationship with this handsome young man they met when he was a pool attendant in Miami. People said all of this was the height of hypocrisy for an evangelical leader, but come on.
Rocco: Well, first all the name, of the pool boy is Giancarlo Grand. There was a previous pool boy, I think, named Gordon Hello.
Rocco: There was a trainer named Benjamin Cross white. Borden: On some level, you do have to admire this guy for being able to perform with Jerry Falwell Jr. in the room.
Rocco: I prefer to watch other people lick their fingers. Now, KFC says they will drop the slogan from ads and remove it from their packaging, leading to a lot of confusion.