Together with her sisters, Kim and Kourtney, Khloe had became the 'poked fun at' target of the 'Saturday Night Live' funny skit which featured Mort Feingold who criticized celebrities' tax habit.
The Kardashians got spoofed on "Saturday Night Live". On April 9 episode of the funny skits show, Andy Samberg portrayed Mort Mort Feingold, an accountant who "criticized" celebrities' tax habit. And hilariously, Khloe Kardashian as well as her sisters, Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian became one of the "poke fun at" targets.
The Kardashians' skit was starring Nasim Pedrad who played Khloe, Vanessa Bayer who played Kim and Abby Elliot who played Kourtney. The three "imitations" were jokingly acting like the real socialites sisters, but in pretty much hyperbole accent. And when Andy questioned them about their finances over the past year, Vanessa answered with made up falsetto voice, "Yeah... we give Khloe her own show (referring to the premiere of 'Khloe & Lamar' on the same day)". And in return, Andy replied, "Well, we can write that off as charity!"
That was not the first time Khloe being poked fun on "SNL". Previously, she became the skit target of the show when she launched her new perfume, Unbreakable. The Miley Cyrus-hosted episode of the NBC sketch show had featured a sequence where Khloe promoted her new fragrance on a talkshow. However, Khloe admitted that she appreciated the skit that featured herself on 'SNL' show.
Khloe said, "Over the weekend 'Saturday Night Live' did another skit making fun of me and they spoke about Unbreakable!!!!" She added, "Even though the girl who played me spoke in a voice that I hope sounds NOTHING like me LOL, I still thought it was pretty funny and I was of course excited that they talked about Lamar's and my fragrance!"
Beside The Kardashians, other celebrities who became the spoofed target on last week's 'SNL' skit were James Franco, Ricky Martin, Will Smith, Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. And surprisingly, Moammar Khadafi, the troubled Libyan president, also featured at the end part of the skit.