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Dr. Anthony Fauci Says BRAD PITT Should Play Him On 'Saturday Night Live' -- See The Priceless Video!

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By Mike Walters

'SNL' is back this weekend after taking time during the pandemic, and the key question is...who will play the major characters inside the government dealing with the crisis. You know its coming, and Dr. Anthony Fauci has an idea of what leading actor can play him on the show.

The hilarious moment came while the doctor was talking with CNN's Alisyn Camerota, and she decided to end the interview on Coronavirus on a lighter note.

The anchor asked Dr. Fauci since 'SNL' is coming back this weekend, does he think someone is going to play him? He responded with a chuckle and "I hope not."

Just wait til you hear who would be his choice!!

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See The Great Video Of Dr. Fauci Picking Brad Pitt!

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But, she gave him a few examples, and the doctor lit up at the possibility of Brad Pitt playing him on the show. "Brad Pitt, Of Course," he said jokingly.

We are guessing, during this pandemic, the last thing Dr. Fauci is doing is watching shows like 'SNL' in his off time...but if you are going to have to be made fun of on the show, Brad Pitt is a good call!!

'SNL' announced it will return this weekend since suspending production in mid-March due to the pandemic. The show is set to feature John Krasinski as the host and musical guest Dua Lipa.

Dr. Fauci -- Brad Pitt Sounds Like A Good Idea!!


At this point, it is unclear if the show will be live in some aspects or will be taped and edited. As you can imagine, the cast is mostly remote and will not all be in the studio together.

NBC did admit they are producing the show remotely, and it WILL include segments like "Weekend Update." The show's official Twitter account shared a photo of the cast members on a Zoom call discussing this weekend's show.

Tragedy has struck the show in the past few weeks, losing longtime producer Hal Willner to Coronavirus and Michael Che lost his grandmother.

'SNL' is the break many Americans could use at this point, your move Brad Pitt.

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