Leslie Jones does not remember ‘SNL’, saying she was ‘not very independent’

Leslie Jones does not remember ‘SNL’, saying she was ‘not very independent’


Leslie Jones is not running on “Saturday Night Live”.

“I don’t miss it. Finally, “the 53-year-old comedian and actress told Entertainment Tonight.

“That job was tough, man. That job was like two jobs and very restrictive. I was not very independent there, ”he said last week.

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Jones initially debuted as a writer for “SNL” and made a controversial on-screen debut in May 2014, stating that she would not be single in Slavery’s time. He was cast as a featured player in the fourth episode of season 40.

Says leslie jones "Shanivari Night Live" Was a challenging task.  (ABC / Randy Holmes)

Leslie Jones says that “Saturday Night Live” was a challenging task. (ABC / Randy Holmes)

As of 2016, Jones was promoted as a repertory player. She retired from the role after three years. His last appearance after 105 episodes was on May 18, 2019.

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“Yes, it is true that I am leaving Saturday Night Live. I cannot thank NBC, producers, writers and the amazing crew enough to make SNL their second home in the last five years, ”Jones wrote on Instagram after making his big move. “Lorene Michaels, you have changed my life in so many ways! Thank you for being my mentor and confidant and for always being my back.”

Since leaving “SNL”, Jones has worked on “The Angry Birds Movie 2” and “Cumming 2 America”.

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She will now serve as the host of the rebooted game show “Supermarket Sweep”, which premieres on Sunday evening. The original version became a global sensation in the 1960s.

Jones told ET that he is able to have a little more control over the upcoming ABC show. For example, it allowed its contestants to “design” their game show sweatshirts.

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The show, she promised, would be “exciting and bright and fun.”