7:18 PM PDT 10/16/2020
The presenter of the “Supermarket” reboot in a new interview says that “This work was hard, man.”
Leslie Jones talks about her working life afterSaturday Night Live.
“I don’t miss it at all,” said the actor, writer and now host of the game show Entertainment tonightKevin Fraser in an interview about her new concert at ABC Supermarket layout reboot posted on Friday. “I miss Kenan [Thompson] but I do not miss [it]. It was hard work, man. “
Jones spent five seasons late at night on NBC, first as a writer who later became a member of the cast and starred in viral scenes where she played Omaroza on Student and covered the Olympics in the “Weekend Update”; segment. However, “this job was like two jobs and very limited. I was not very free there,” she said.
Jones said she was leaving the late-night show in August 2019 in an Instagram post and tweet, saying, “I can’t thank NBC, the producers, the screenwriters and the amazing band for making SNL over the last five years. my second home. “Since leaving the show, Jones has hosted a special comedy film Netflix, in which she participated Coming 2 America and began her role as host Supermarket layout.
According to Jones, she has been training for the last concert since trying the game show – where participants compete with each other to score the highest value of items in their basket – years earlier. “I taught my roommate, made her watch the show, made her run to the grocery stores,” she told Fraser. “So when we got to the audition, we destroyed the teams. And she turns around, looks at me and says, ‘I need to go to work.’ I was like … ‘I’m not going home with you.'”
And when she saw participants who weren’t as prepared as she was, she told ET, “There were times when I said, ‘Stop.’ What are you doing? Why do you have these shoes? What are you thinking about? ‘”