Natalie Portman defends Star Wars prequels in 'SNL' rap

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When Natalie asks, you better have something nice to say about Jar Jar Binks.

We're not sure if you're aware of this, but in 2006, Natalie Portman appeared on Saturday Night Live and performed what is our favourite rap of all time.

Catch Portman later this month when Annihilation hits theaters February 23. He doesn't get off easy - Portman stabs him in the forehead with a "Time's Up" pin when he tries to ask her about her involvement in the group's effort to help support women in the fight against sexual assault and harassment.

"F*cked your husband just for sport, man". "Yeah, he twinkle his toes, but he give me good D, though".

Other Portman highlights from this week's show include her opening monologue, which played off of NBC's upcoming Winter Olympics coverage.

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"Say somethin' bout the motherf*cking prequels bitch", she raps while dressed as Princess Amidala.

Portman was interrupted mid-set by "field correspondent" Leslie Jones with some real-time feedback.

Portman also played Jackie Kennedy in a skit alongside "Hillary Clinton", played by Kate McKinnon, and "Melania Trump", played by Cecily Strong.

Not too long ago, the internet went into a frenzy upon realizing how much the two actresses resemble one another.

Both of the digital sketches were produced by comedy trio The Lonely Island, made up of comedians Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone. The patriots from New England are proud of the five victories in battle while citizens from Philadelphia are eager to prove themselves. Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch also dropped to play colonial-era activists in a sketch about annoying Super Bowl fans.