Is it really happening?
Days after fans urged “Saturday Night Live” to cast Rosie O’Donnell as White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, the comic and longtime nemesis to President Donald Trump changed her profile picture on Twitter:
Is O’Donnell just having a laugh at Bannon’s expense with the edited image ... or is this a sign that “Saturday Night Live” will be extra lively this week?
There’s no official word ― yet ― but O’Donnell dropped a YUGE hint on Twitter after one follower noted that “a @Rosie picture is worth a thousand words.”
The stars certainly seem to be aligned: Saturday’s host is Alec Baldwin, who has been playing Trump on the show this season. And it comes a week after Melissa McCarthy’s turn as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer drew rave reviews.
Politico reported that the president was not happy that Spicer was portrayed by a woman, which is what initially led fans to call on “SNL” to cast O’Donnell next.
The change of her profile pic, however, could be a sign that the idea may be turning into reality ... or she could just be trolling him.
One follower suggested just the speculation alone will make sure the White House is watching, even if it doesn’t happen.
So will it happen? Stay tuned!
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