"Saturday Night Live," but nobody puts Johnny Depp's Trump in a corner.
Depp was visibly uncomfortable at the start of the talk (watch the clip below), but seemed to warm up after a while. Ellen DeGeneres said he does a good Trump, and he wasn't sure whether to take that as a compliment or not. But then he moved into his own impression, briefly, and shared a few thoughts about the POTUS.
Johnny Depp: "I just love the fact that he's unable -- even more so than me -- he's unable to finish a, to form a sentence, actually formulate a sentence that becomes vocabulary that actually works together."
Ellen said Alec Baldwin does a great impression on "SNL," but Johnny Depp said he hasn't seen it yet. Ellen checked with the audience and a few other people hadn't seen Baldwin's Trump yet either.
Ellen: "I can't believe that there are people that have never seen Alec Baldwin do Trump. That is shocking to me."
Johnny: "Well, I've seen Trump do Trump, which is shocking to me."
Ellen asked, if Baldwin ever stopped doing his impression on "SNL," would Depp take over? "Sure," Depp replied. "Because then, basically, Alec's done all the work, I can just copy him."
Watch the clip:"SNL" Season 42 ends this weekend, but there's always next year. Baldwin does have other projects lined up, and he wasn't planning to continue his Trump impression every week, so Depp may have a shot at understudy duty in Season 43.
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