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Kate McKinnon Nails A Marianne Williamson Impression Just In Time

On Late Night with Seth Meyers, Kate McKinnon wishes aloud that there was an SNL this weekend.

On Thursday's Late Night with Seth Meyers, SNL favorite Kate McKinnon wished aloud that her show wasn't on summer hiatus.

McKinnon and Meyers noted that Elizabeth Warren wore clothes at Wednesday's debate that matched McKinnon's when she spoofed the Massachusetts Senator.

And then they turned to Marianne Williamson. Meyers noted that the guru/author "might not be around in the Fall."

"She's a shining comet."

And McKinnon's impersonation was spot on, including policies on burning sage and "harnessing the power of babies."

Watch.

PS. Several on Twitter note that Cecily Strong was born to play Williamson.

This is part of our continuing coverage of the 2020 elections.

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