In Billie Eilish’s Saturday Night Live episode, Miley Cyrus turns into a living Christmas card

During Billie Eilish’s presenting role on Saturday Night Live, Miley Cyrus made a surprise appearance! With Punkie Johnson, the singer, 29, turns into a living Christmas card, delivering some funny punchlines and making the crowd laugh out loud.

The sketch opens with a couple (Melissa Villaseor and Alex Moffat) admiring their Christmas cards, which included cards from their “very white, super Christian neighbor, here on the beach with my wife and our army of blond children.” “What better way to remind you that I met a superstar at a restaurant 11 months ago than with my Christmas card,” Johnson wrote inside the sketch. Johnson receives another hilarious response from Miley. “This woman walked over to my table and said, ‘You’re Anna Montana,’ and then she stated she didn’t like my music,” she revealed.

After that, the two exchange Christmas greetings with their supporters before wrapping things up the broadcast. Miley’s ability to act is impressive, according to Twitter users. While one admirer praised the performance, another praised Johnson and Cyrus for their hilarious one-liners.

Take a look at Miley Cyrus and Punkie Johnson’s Saturday Night Live sketch:

The entire episode took place during Billie Eilish’s Saturday Night Live hosting appearance, in which she played a “b****y” childhood bully who has been raising a “incel” for a son.

Miley Cyrus On Being Named To Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List

Miley Cyrus was named to Forbes’ annual 30 Under 30 list on Wednesday, and the singer showed her appreciation on Twitter shortly after the announcement.

The singer captioned a video from her 30 Under 30 shoot, “FORBES 30 UNDER 30.” “Last week, I turned 29. It was a case of now or never. Thank you for the privilege. @Gucci @Forbes @happyhippiefdn @Forbes.”

Cyrus, on the other hand, stated in the video that songwriting is his “biggest joy in life.” She went on to say, “It’s my favorite aspect of my work. Taking it all in and being grateful every day for the fact that I get to write songs for a living because a lot of people don’t get to write songs for a living, and I’ll never forget how fortunate I am to be one of those individuals.” According to PEOPLE, this year’s other music honorees include Jack Harlow, Olivia Rodrigo, Willow Smith, Tinashe, Giveon, and The Kid LAROI, with Cyrus serving as a judge.

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