Melissa McCarthy’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ Role In Danger After White House Press Secretary Sean Spice

Updated On 03 Oct, 2017 Published On

The White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned his post on Friday and his decision isn’t only ending his days in White House, but also indicating Melissa McCarthy's Emmy-nominated portrayal on ‘Saturday Night Live.’

Sean Spicer opened his mouth on McCarthy's impersonation in a recent interview

When it’s funny, it’s funny, but sometimes it goes funny to mean. I think that there were parts of it that were funny, but there’s a lot of it that was over the line. It wasn’t funny. It was stupid, or silly, or malicious.

In addition, he said:  

But there were some skits on late-night television that I did crack up at

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McCarthy’s Spicer impression has been a ‘Saturday Night Live’ highlight since she joined the show back in February. As her portrayal as ‘Spicey’ gained a good fame, she reprised the role Multiple times on “SNL”

Fmaous SNL personality Melisa McCarthy

Famous SNL personality Melisa McCarthy


Shortly after Spicer’s resignation as the press secretary, lots of McCarthy’s fans bemoaned the possible loss of McCarthy’s impersonation on ‘SNL’.

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Arsenio Hall took to his twitter to show his hopefulness that McCarthy’s impersonation would retrieve in some other form.

Some others also expressed their desire for Melissa to be in in the show via twitter as:

The 46-year-old actress McCarthy is married to husband Ben Falcone since 2005, and the lovely couple is blessed with two children together.