Lindsay Lohan's originally planned Marilyn Monroe skit on Saturday Night Live was axed because of time constraints
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (HOLLYWOODTV) - Lindsay Lohan's recent hosting gig on Saturday Night Live, which also featured the troubled actress performing in a few skits, was also originally to include a Marilyn Monroe number, unsurprising due to her well-known affection with the Old Hollywood legend. The act was to feature Lindsay as Marilyn paired up with Jon Hamm as John F. Kennedy manifesting at a conservative event to Rick Santorum, played by Andy Samberg. The skit, which used political humor involving Marilyn on birth control funded by Medicare (causing Santorum to vomit), completed full rehearsals and was even performed in front of a live audience, but was cut at the last minute because of time constraints.
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