Well, now we're just gonna be upset if this doesn't actually happen!
Earlier this week, Rosie O'Donnell nominated herself to play Donald Trump's key advisor Steve Bannon on Saturday Night Live, creating the best casting opportunity since Tina Fey as Sarah Palin.
Rosie's casting suggestion followed the President's disapproval over his press secretary Sean Spicer being played by Melissa McCarthy — a "woman"! — last week.
It's still unknown whether the NBC comedy series has considered casting Trump's longtime nemesis as his current White House puppet master, but Rosie is certainly making it hard to say no!
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On Thursday, the 54-year-old changed her Twitter profile to an illustration of her face superimposed on a photo of Bannon — and hot damn, she looks too perfect to pass up!
But the former TV host isn't the only celeb hoping to take a crack at playing Trump's administration on the sketch series!
The Good Wife star Christine Baranski said she'd be more than happy to take on the role of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, given their similar appearance:
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