Lady Gaga and Mick Jagger’s Surprise SNL Appearances in Support of Bad Bunny

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The latest episode of Saturday Night Live was a star-studded affair as Bad Bunny took center stage, not only as a musical guest but also as the host of the show. The reggaeton sensation was joined by some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, including Lady Gaga and Mick Jagger, who made unexpected appearances. Here’s what went down on the SNL stage.

Bad Bunny, known for his eclectic style and electrifying performances, kicked off the show by performing “Monaco,” a track from his freshly released album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana. The performance was a vibrant showcase of his reggaeton prowess and charismatic stage presence.

In a truly surprising twist, Lady Gaga made a guest appearance to introduce Bad Bunny’s performance, adding a touch of authenticity by delivering her lines with a Spanish accent. The pop sensation called upon “Puerto Rico y todo el corillo” (Puerto Rico and the whole gang) to set the stage for the reggaeton extravaganza.

Bad Bunny, bathed in moody red lighting, took the audience through a gripping rendition of “Un Preview.” Accompanied by the mechanical toy horse featured in the single’s music video, he brought the song to life in a cinematic performance that captivated viewers.

Mick Jagger’s appearance was nothing short of historic, marking his first time on SNL since 1986. Just two days after the Rolling Stones‘ New York show, which featured a surprise duet with Lady Gaga, Jagger brought his legendary presence to the SNL stage.

Jagger joined Bad Bunny in a comical sketch, playing the role of a mediating father in a heated argument between Bunny and SNL cast member Marcello Hernández on the set of a Spanish-language soap opera. The sketch was not complete without some dramatic slapping, and Jagger delivered in style.

Jagger didn’t stop there. He teamed up with Bad Bunny for a hilarious sketch parodying “Sister Act 3,” involving not-so-holy nuns. The sketch added a touch of comic relief to the show and showcased Jagger’s versatility.

The unexpected SNL appearances of Lady Gaga and Mick Jagger added a layer of excitement to Bad Bunny’s already spectacular show. As the end credits rolled, Bad Bunny warmly embraced both Jagger and Gaga, appreciating their presence on the iconic stage.

The 49th season of Saturday Night Live is off to a roaring start, with a series of internet-breaking moments, including a surprise cameo from Taylor Swift and her rumored beau, Travis Kelce.