Chris Hemsworth spoofs Avengers, Iggy Azalea on 'SNL'
'Thor' star Chris Hemsworth made his debut as a host of 'Saturday Night Live' and spoofed the 'Avengers' and singer Iggy Azalea.
Los Angeles: 'Thor' star Chris Hemsworth made his debut as a host of 'Saturday Night Live' and spoofed the 'Avengers' and singer Iggy Azalea.
During his monologue, the 31-year-old actor brought his famous brothers Liam Hemsworth and Luke Hemsworth. They were joined by an adopted brother Callum played by Kenan Thompson, reported Ace Showbiz.
Later on the show, the actor helped spoof 'The Avengers'. He reprised his role as Thor, joining Iron Man (Taran Killam), Bruce Banner (Pete Davidson), Nick Fury (Jay Pharoah), and Captain America (Beck Bennett) to celebrate Ultron's fall on live TV.
In 'The Iggy Azalea Show', the Australian rapper (Kate McKinnon) welcomed her foe Azealia Banks (Sasheer Zamata).
With the help of her cousin Rafty played by Hemsworth, she shared rapping tips that included making gun sound, blurting out random things, and twerking.
In another sketch dubbed 'Brother 2 Brother', Chris got a twin brother played by Taran Killam. In a parody of 'Empire', the host learned it's not easy working alongside Lucious (Thompson), Cookie (Zamata), Jamal (Pharoah), Hakeem (Michael Che), and Porsha (Leslie Jones).