The 'Can't Be Tamed' singer also took on Justin Bieber, Fergie and her own scandals when making her first appearance as 'Saturday Night Live' host on March 5.
Miley Cyrus has made fun of Lindsay Lohan on "Saturday Night Live" last Saturday, March 5. Making her first appearance as guest host, the former star of "Hannah Montana" took on the troubled actress, complete with a blond wig, in a spoof talk show titled "Duh! Winning! with Charlie Sheen".
In the sketch, cast member Bill Hader portrayed Charlie and invited other recent "winners" from Christina Aguilera to Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi to join him. Miley as Lindsay was brought in last, and joked about Lindsay's court problems, "My new movie Herbie opened 68 months ago and the Los Angeles Court House just gave me my own parking spot, Winning! Duh!"
Lindsay wasn't the only one lampooned by the 18-year-old. She also did her best in impersonating teen idol Justin Bieber in a mock talk show "The Miley Cyrus Show". Dressed in purple hoodie jumper and sporting a wig of the heartthrob's famous haircut, she kept winking and smiling at the camera.
In this skit, Miley as Justin showed off her dancing skills alongside Jason Sudeikis' Billy Ray Cyrus. She also addressed her own salvia scandal when Vanessa Bayer who played her brought up, "Did you know I smoked salvia." To the statement, she responded, "Well there's no reason that you wouldn't. Because it's totally legal, yo!"
In other sketches, the leading lady of "The Last Song" also appeared as Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie a.k.a. Stacy Ferguson as well as herself. She opened the show with a monologue in which she described "Hannah Montana" as the Disney Channel's version of "Black Swan". During the monologue, she also broke out into "I'm Sorry I'm Not Perfect", a song that highlights on her scandals.
"There's a photo of me dressed like a dude, and Annie Leibovitz tried to get me nude. For those of you who think that's pretty crude, I'm sorry I'm not perfect," Miley crooned. "[I] didn't make a dirty tape, and pass it along. Didn't text a dirty picture of [my] dong. Don't' both of these things seem worse than a bong? I'm sorry I'm not perfect."