Gal Gadot Delights Israeli Fans With Hebrew Message on SNL Debut


Wonder Woman actress and most probably, the most lovely woman on Earth right now, Gal Gadot, and SNL cast member and popular actress Kate McKinnon shared a passionate kiss for one of their sketches, and Twitter couldn't handle the heat of their smooch.

Gal Gadot kicked off her "SNL" episode by meeting the Times Square Wonder Woman (Leslie Jones). She spoke in Hebrew to send a special message to her family: "The writers here clearly know nothing about Israel". Honestly, every woman is a Wonder Woman.

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Before chowing down on the delicious treat, Gadot broke down just how unimpressed her daughter is about her being Wonder Woman (despite its $820 million dollar taking at the box office) and shared a popular Israeli confection with Fallon before she tried the holy grail of American candies - the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup. "I do the same with German tourists", Jones quipped.

Opening Monologue For her introduction, Gadot discussed her Israeli roots and said "SNL" was being broadcast live in her home country.

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"So, that a nick name?" she asked. "My mom is just the biggest one because she does the movie'". In the sketch, a clueless Gadot was on a dinner date with Simpson (Kenan Thompson), who was given a plastic knife instead of traditional tableware at the eatery.

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