"Saturday Night Live" comedian Cecily Strong speaks with First Lady Michelle Obama at the annual White House Correspondent's Association Gala at the Washington Hilton hotel on April 25, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Pool photo by Olivier Douliery/UPI | License Photo
NEW YORK, Oct. 16 (UPI) -- Saturday Night Live aired a black-and-white parody of Beyonce's "Sorry" video this weekend.
"Melanianade" featured Cecily Strong as presidential candidate Donald Trump's wife Melania; SNL guest host Emily Blunt as his daughter Ivanka; Vanessa Bayer as Ivanka's half-sister Tiffany; Sasheer Zamata as Trump's adviser Omarosa; and Kate McKinnon as his spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway.
"Here lies my last nerve, Donald," Strong as Melania can be heard in voice-over as she, Trump's daughters and staffers sit in a stretch limousine. "I stood by you this whole campaign -- your beautiful, dutiful Melania. I can't it take any more. I am your wife."
"Your daughter, your mouthpiece, your one, black friend, your other daughter," the women add, one at a time, then in unison: "And you're breaking us. Taking it for granted that we'll always be there."
"But, one day soon, Donald, you may wake up and this bomb, pussy-bow blouse will be gone," Melania concluded.
The song then begins and Ivanka can be seen walking through a lavish apartment in Trump Tower, while Melania sits in a chair with a leg draped over an arm.
As female voices sing "Sorry," Melania insists, "I'm not sorry."
The clip then shows the women disgusted by newspaper covers and television reports about Trump's alleged lewd behavior toward women and other controversies. Melania takes a baseball bat to a big-screen when Trump appears, Tiffany destroys a painting of her papa and Omarosa hands in her resignation.
All representation of Trump in the video is done by SNL VIP Alec Baldwin.
The video ends with Baldwin as Trump appearing and saying to the women who are dressed up for a night out: "Let's go. You look very nice, but let's go."
The women all acquiesce and start to follow him out the door when he says, "Tiffany, wait here."
"Oh, cool," she responds.