The Spanish-Cuban actress Ana de Armas He began his monologue on the popular program broadcast from New York “Saturday Night Live” in Spanish on Saturday night.
“Thank you thank you very much. I’ve had an amazing year and I’m so glad to be here. presenting tonight’s program,” said the interpreter in Spanish at the beginning of her monologue, who this year was nominated for an Oscar for his role in “Blonde”.
“It’s a joke, I speak English,” he continued in English.
In the rest of his monologue, he explained that when he arrived in the US at the age of 26 I did not understand or speak English and that the series “Friends” helped him learn the language.
The Colombian singer Karol G was also present in the program.
De Armas continues in this way with a tradition that has begun to be seen in the latest monologues by bilingual actors on “Saturday Night Live”: the actress Anya Taylor-Joy -from an Argentine family- welcomed the musical guest, Lil Nas X, in Spanish, and Chilean Pedro Pascal asked his family in Spanish to stop giving out his phone number.