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  • -I remember you being so fun and musical.

  • We'd always do bits together and stuff like that.

  • Well, you were in a cover band called -- Is it Princess?

  • -Princess. -It was Prince cover band.

  • -Yeah. Me and my friend Gretchen.

  • We played here. -You played here.

  • -We played when it was -- It was your old --

  • Ye Olde Jimmy's Show. -Yeah. Ye Olde Jimmy Shop.

  • -With my old friends The Roots. -That's right.

  • You played on our show. -Yep.

  • -And I just heard this.

  • Are you doing, like, a -- -We're playing Bonnaroo.

  • -Yeah.

  • -I think that's a big deal, right?

  • -That's a giant deal. -I didn't know that.

  • -Wait. That's big. -Yeah. I didn't know that.

  • [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪

  • -You're playing Bonnaroo?

  • -Well, I'm learning from the kids that that's a big deal.

  • I've never been.

  • I mean, I don't, like -- I'm not, like,

  • a major festival person or anything.

  • -Have you ever been to a festival?

  • -Ooh. Well, I've only been to --

  • I mean, we've done, like, comedy festivals.

  • I think they think like, "Oh, Maya's funny.

  • She'll do this."

  • And then we come out and do, like, a Prince show,

  • and they're like, "Oh.

  • Oh, this is good." -Yeah.

  • -But it's not comedy. -You're not comedy.

  • You're serious. -We're serious.

  • We take Prince very seriously.

  • But I went to Coachella last year

  • and I saw Beychella.

  • I saw it both weekends.

  • I went to see my sweet friends, the band Haim.

  • -Dude, they were just here last night.

  • -I know. They were here yesterday.

  • -Yeah. Love them. Man, they're talented.

  • -They're the best.

  • -You got to hear the song they did with Vampire Weekend.

  • -With Vampire Weekend. They're wonderful.

  • -They were great. Yeah.

  • -We were all -- Everyone -- It was the craziest thing,

  • because --

  • -This is the one from the documentary.

  • -Yes. -The Beyoncé thing?

  • -Yes. -You were there?

  • -It changed my life. -Yeah. You're getting emotional.

  • Your voice is different. -My voice is higher.

  • -My voice is higher because of that.

  • -That's because it's infectious.

  • -Beyoncé made your voice do that?

  • -You don't understand.

  • It was a life experience, because I feel like

  • I've heard people say like, "Oh, I was there for this thing

  • or this rally on this --" We all witnessed something

  • that had never been done, that was made with love,

  • that was made with beauty, that was made with pride.

  • It was a nod to a Historical Black Colleges and Universities.

  • I mean, it was incredible, and no one knew it.

  • It was a surprise.

  • All of a sudden, this pyramid came down,

  • and there was just all this beautiful blackness.

  • It was -- I'm truly emotional talking about it.

  • My daughter was with me, and she was crying.

  • Lucy was up on somebody's shoulders, crying,

  • and she said, "Do you think Beyoncé can see me?"

  • We were all moved, and she played --

  • You know, like, she started with that.

  • But songs from my childhood, like, fun

  • and, all of a sudden, like, a thing from "The Wiz."

  • Like, all this stuff that made you feel like your --

  • like, all of this pride and beauty,

  • and everyone was incredible.

  • I can't believe I saw it. -She works so hard, man.

  • -She works really hard.

  • -I've known her since like Destiny's Child days.

  • -Oh, my God.

  • Remember when she came on "SNL"

  • and did our "Gemini's Twins" sketch?

  • -Yes. Dude, Of course. I was in that.

  • -And I have to say, like -- I mean, I've done Beyoncé,

  • and, like, people are like, "Oh, we got --"

  • Like, I genuinely love her. Like, make no mistake.

  • -Yeah. -I am so in love with her.

  • -Yeah, we get it. We get it. I feel it.

  • -You get it, right? -Oh, yeah.

  • -I'm still talking about her. -Yeah.

  • -But then and now, she is such a true, like -- She does it right.

  • She cares about what she's putting into the world.

  • -Good. Everyone should do that. -She's a good human being.

  • -Yeah. So, are you going to do, like, a --

  • Are you going to channel Beyoncé when you're onstage?

  • -I'm gonna try...in my mind.

  • Because for me, like, my parents didn't let me have Barbies

  • when I was little, because I think they thought

  • it was a bad image.

  • They were hippies. -We played with weed.

  • -We just played --

  • We played with these things called weed cigarettes.

  • And we'd walk around.

  • -We just had joints with faces on them.

  • -I'm burning!

  • -You're gonna crush it, man. That's so fantastic.

  • -I'm pretty excited. -Are the kids gonna come?

  • -Hell no.

  • I mean, like, I think the best thing about, like,

  • a show like that is you get a little mom-cation.

  • You, like, stay in a hotel. You wake up.

  • -Yeah. -No one's in your bed.

  • -Yeah.

  • -And you appreciate the tiny feet

  • that sleep next to you every night.

  • -Oh, my God, dude. I get that every --

  • -And then I go home to my tiny feet.

  • -Oh, I love those little babies. -Don't you love tiny feet?

  • -I love them so much.

  • I know what time of the morning it is

  • by where their feet are in the bed.

  • They come in around 4:00 in the morning

  • and then they just slowly rotate them.

  • Once their feet are on my face, like, "Oh, it's 6:30.

  • Let's go. Time to wake up."

  • -I don't know why, but I always get kicked in the face.

  • -Oh, always. I'm so used to it now.

  • And then the kids laugh, and they think it's funny.

  • They kick me in the face.

  • It is pretty funny, yeah, actually.

  • It's good. Let's talk about "Wine Country."

  • -Oh, my God. "Wine Country"! -This is fantastic.

  • -The best. The best. -This is a movie.

  • This is you, Rachel Dratch, Tina Fey...

  • -Ana Gasteyer. -...Ana Gasteyer.

  • -Paula Pell, who was a writer at "SNL" for 300 years?

  • -Don't even get me started on Paula Pell.

  • I love her so much.

  • -And Emily Spivey, who was also a writer.

  • So, people that know these people --

  • Like, we've always said Paula Pell might be

  • the world's funniest person.

  • And she she's been around here for --

  • And you see her, but you don't realize who

  • I'm talking about until you see this damn movie.

  • -When is Paula on our show? -Friday.

  • -Not soon enough, apparently. -Yeah, no, yeah.

  • Wait till you see Paula Pell. She's a bit machine, dude.

  • -She is a bit machine, man. -She's hilarious.

  • -You're gonna fall in love with her.

  • I'm just marking my words now.

  • You're going to fall so in love with her.

  • -Paula Pell. Invest your money in her stock.

  • -Invest your money in her stock. -Yes.

  • But you guys get together, and this was kind of

  • based on a real trip that you guys did?

  • -Yeah. We went to Wine Country for Dratch's 50th.

  • Little baby "Drooch" is 50. -Oh, no way.

  • -Yeah, it was pretty cute. -That's awesome.

  • -And like, all took a plane up to Wine Country, and everyone --

  • Amy made the itinerary, because she loves organization.

  • Loves it.

  • -So, who was it? You, Amy, Ana...

  • -Mm-hmm. -...Dratch.

  • -It was everybody in the movie, except sweet Tina

  • was making her -- She was making "Mean Girls."

  • -She was making her Broadway debut, yeah.

  • -She was making her Broadway debut.

  • -Yeah, no big deal.

  • She was making a Broadway smash. -No big deal.

  • -NBD. -NBD.

  • -Oh, you guys. -Jinx. Oh, my God.

  • -Piggyback.

  • -But you get there, and you said, like,

  • on the airplane going over there,

  • you described how everyone -- everyone's character.

  • -Everyone's true personalities came out on the airplane.

  • So, Amy -- I was sitting next to Amy,

  • and she went, "I lost my...I lost my phone.

  • Oh, my God.

  • I dropped my phone in the toilet.

  • I dropped my phone in the toilet on the airplane."

  • And everyone's reaction explains their personality.

  • So, Ana said, "It's probably in your bag.

  • Don't worry about it. We'll find it."

  • Paula said, "We'll go to the Apple store together,

  • and I'll buy one with you.

  • I need a new phone."

  • Rachel just had these big, blue eyes and was like...

  • I said, "I'm gonna go find it."

  • I asked the flight attendant for gloves.

  • I got these blue gloves and I started going in the toilet.

  • And Emily Spivey was like, "Y'all, this is terrible."

  • -Y'all. -"This is a nightmare."

  • -Y'all, this is terrible, y'all.

  • -Everyone's reaction was so apropos of their personality.

  • -Well, this movie basically is you guys going to Wine Country

  • and just -- really just drinking a lot and laughing a lot.

  • And it's really -- -Yeah, it's pretty magical.

  • -I cannot wait to just --

  • I'm gonna totally drink a full bottle of wine.

  • -You're gonna drink full bottle of wine...

  • -A full bottle of wine and not watch the movie.

  • -...in the first 10 minutes and not watch the movie.

  • -Not watch the movie.

  • Then, the next day, I'm going to watch that movie.

  • -Yeah. And you're gonna be like, "Why am I watching this movie?

  • I don't remember why I'm laying here."

  • -I want to show everyone a clip.

  • Here's Maya Rudolph in the new movie "Wine Country."

  • Take a look at this.

  • -You guys, our dear, dear, sweet Rebecca Sue is all grown up.

  • I want to dedicate this song to my beautiful friend, Rebecca.

  • This is for you, honey tits. Hit it, boys.

  • -What would you like us to play?

  • -"Eternal Flame." -Okay.

  • -Yes! ♪♪

  • -♪ Close your eyes

  • -Oh, my God. Naomi.

  • -I'm cool.

  • -Yeah! ♪♪

  • -Pro. You're a pro. -♪ Darlin'...♪

  • -It never happened. What? Nothing happened.

  • Maya Rudolph, everybody.

-I remember you being so fun and musical.

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瑪雅-魯道夫在描述她的碧昂斯Beychella體驗時,情緒激動。 (Maya Rudolph Gets Emotional Describing her Beyoncé Beychella Experience)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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