Dwayne Johnson hit the 'SNL' stage during his monologue Saturday night to sing about how he's "Franchise Viagra."
Movie producers, you’ve got your ultimate sequel star. Dwayne Johnson hit the stage during his monologue Saturday night to sing about how he’s “Franchise Viagra.”
In the hilarious slow-jam song, he crooned about how he joined the casts of , and the movies and helped boost their success. And then, of course, , , and other films would benefit with him in it.
“If you’re looking for that extra special something/You want to make sure the box office is thumping/Need the baddest mofo since Charles Bronson/Add a dash of Dwayne and a pinch of Johnson,” he sang.
In his fourth SNL hosting gig’s cold open, Johnson also reprised his “The Rock Obama” character, President Barack Obama’s Hulk-like alter ego. Among his requests, asking presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (played by Bobby Moynihan): “I ask, please, may I crush your head?”
Barack Obama is once again through with being polite. Dwayne Johnson hosted Saturday Night Live for the fourth time this weekend, where he reprised his role of beefed-up presidential alter ego “The Rock Obama.”
“You like Israel?” The Rock Obama asked John Boehner (Taran Killam) as he tossed him out of the window. “Why don’t you go visit Israel?”
The irate Obama also had a question for presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (Bobby Moynihan): “I ask, please, may I crush your head?”
The sketch also featured She Rock Obama, as Michelle Obama ( Sasheer Zamata) got in touch with her angry side as well.