‘Saturday Night Live’ Recap: Jamie Foxx Talks Barack Obama and Channels a Ding Dong (VIDEOS)

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Jamie Foxx put on all his moves during the opening monologue on Saturday Night Live this weekend.

The Django Unchained actor, who also hosted the show back in 2000, celebrated all things black, Barack Obama, and what he wants for his birthday (Foxx turns 45 on Dec. 13).

“It’s good to be black. Black is the new white. You know how black is in right now? The Nets moved to Brooklyn. How black is that?” Foxx said, all while donning an all-black suit.

“Speaking of blackness, my president, President Obama’s back up in the White House . . . and not only that. He’s so black he was playing basketball during election day.”

Foxx’s opening monologue also included a few dance moves and a performance on the piano.

“I’d like to sing something about what I want for my birthday. I like to sing from the book of 2 Chainz,” Foxx crooned over his keys, before the real 2 Chainz showed up to close out the monologue.

Foxx’s SNL ticket included a trip to Taran Killam and Vanessa Bayer’s college student hosted Japanese pop culture show, “J-Pop America Fun Time Now.”

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Ne-Yo served as musical guest, belting out his hits “Let Me Love You” and “She Is.”

Saturday Night Live will be graced by the presence of Martin Short on Dec. 15 to bid adieu to another calendar year, along with musical guest Sir Paul McCartney.

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