VIDEO: Charlize Theron Got Ugly on 'Saturday Night Live'

...and a vengeful Barbara Walters stole the show.

Charlize Theron on 'Saturday Night Live'
Charlize Theron is good at nearly everything and she's always the most gorgeous person in the room. That was, until she stepped foot onto the stage of Saturday Night Live.

Things haven't looked this bad for Charlize since her Monster make-under.

All-in-all, I think the acclaimed actress did the best with the material that was handed to her. As is the problem with most SNL hosts these days, Charlize got a little lost in favor of a few recurring, mildly funny characters.

And it may have been her night to shine, but Theron's show was hijacked by the one-and-only Barbara Walters.

Here's the breakdown:

OPENING MONOLOGUE:

Can we just make a rule about singing? For the love of god, no more singing during the Opening Monologue - especially if the song is about how you CAN'T sing.

GIRLFRIENDS TALK SHOW:

Aidy Bryant's recurring sketch is always welcome in my living room, but to make Charlize play some weird version of a cue card reading Kim Cattrall is just plain mean.

WHISKERS 'R' WE:

This cat adoption commercial starring Kate McKinnon and a maybe-lesbian Theron was the best of the night. Also, who doesn't love an ugly Charlize making you feel slightly better about yourself.

WEEKEND UPDATE:

After years of "abuse" coming her direction from SNL, Barbara Walters finally graced the Weekend Update desk. Her words of wisdom, however, were as sharp as the focus she uses when interviewing a President.

President....Kardashian...President...Kardashian. Barbara, you're a laugh riot and The View won't be the same without you.

BIKINI BEACH PARTY:

....more like, Bikini Beach Bloodbath.

COCKTAIL HOUR (WEB EXCLUSIVE):

Charlize really shined in this digital sketch, maybe proving that she's much better without the live audience.

THE BLACK KEYS:

The Black Keys are the perfect example of a band that knows how to command that itsy bitsy stage. Performing two songs from their upcoming album "Turn Blue," these boys don't need any notes from us.

 

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