Saturday Night Live has given fans the sneak peek they have been looking for, Jim Carrey and Maya Rudolph as the 2020 Democratic nominees.


SNL gave fans a teaser video posted to their YouTube channel and social media accounts. The video shows both actors getting dressed for their roles by putting on wigs and suits.

Jim Carrey is taking over the role of Joe Biden from Woody Harrelson, who played Biden during last season, and Jason Sudeikis, who played Biden during his years as Vice President.

Maya Rudolph will reprise her role as Kamala Harris, whom she played during last season while Harris was running for the presidential bid. When Biden announced Harris as his Vice President nomination Rudolph began trending on Twitter; people are ready to see her impression of Harris again. Rudolph even won an Emmy for her impersonation of Kamala Harris.

Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris Last Season

SNL's video also teased that Alec Baldwin will be returning to play President Trump and that cast member Beck Bennett will play Vice President Mike Pence.

Don't miss the impersonations of both the Democratic and Republican nominees in Saturday's show, Chris Rock is hosting and the musical guest is Megan Thee Stallion.

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