Hillary Clinton hints at 'SNL' Return: 'Val may be back'
Hillary Clinton is often impersonated on Saturday Night Live,and every single time, she's OK with it.
"I probably laugh as much as anybody because there's always a little truth in it, I hate to confess!" Clinton said on Thursday's Good Morning America.
Throughout the series' history, Ana Gasteyer, Jan Hooks, Janeane Garofalo, Amy Poehler and Kate McKinnon have parodied the politician.
Clinton herself dropped by the NBC sketch series on the season-41 premiere in October, playing Val, a bartender who chatted with "Hillary Clinton," as played by McKinnon. After McKinnon's Hillary lamented about Donald Trump dominating media headlines and shared regrets of waiting to support gay marriage, the two sang "Lean on Me" together.
"I had so much fun playing Val the bartender when I was on a few months ago," she said.
Would she return to SNL for another appearance? "I don't know. Val may be back."
Read More: 'SNL' Premiere: Hillary Clinton Cameos as Bartender, Sings "Lean on Me"
Watch the videos in Good Morning America'stweets below.
WATCH: "There's always a little truth in it I hate to confess!" @HillaryClinton takes on TV impressions of herself. https://t.co/sl3unGY22B
— Good Morning America (@GMA) April 21, 2016
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