Top 10 Most Savage SNL Impressions
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They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. For this list, we are counting down the best, and most truthful impressions from Saturday Night Live! Our list includes, Kanye West By Chris Redd, Sean Connery By Darrell Hammond, Kellyanne Conway By Kate McKinnon, Justin Bieber By Kate McKinnon, Sean Spicer By Melissa McCarthy and more! Join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Most Savage SNL Impressions.

List Entries and Rank:
10. Justin Bieber By Kate McKinnon
9. Kanye West By Chris Redd
8. Kellyanne Conway By Kate McKinnon
7. Janet Reno By Will Ferrell
6. Monica Lewinsky By Molly Shannon
5. Sean Spicer By Melissa McCarthy
4. Sean Connery By Darrell Hammond
3, 2, 1: ???

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  1. They don’t even have to exaggerate the impressions all that much since the celebrities just keep giving them ammo

  2. Sean Spicer Melissa McCarthy was my favorite. I could watch Melissa chucking a pillar at the others forever.

  3. A woman impersonating Justin Bieber – pure gold. He always was a bit girly.
    Tina Fey’s Sarah Palin – brilliant.

    I am surprised there are no Dr. Phil, Oprah or Judge Judy impressions here. They would have been part of SNL at some point.

  4. Liked the premise and the clips. Could have done without much of the commentary. Much of it sounded like WatchMojo didn’t understand its own premise. And who cares whether the subject of the parody reportedly approves?

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