VIDEO: SNL Parodies 'Liza with a Z' in Saoirse Ronan Opening Monologue
On last night's SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, host Saoirse Ronan (Broadway's THE CRUCIBLE) attempted to teach people how to pronounce her name correctly through a little ditty that sounds an awful lot like Liza Minnelli's 'Liza with a Z'. Check out the opening monologue below!
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