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The National Treasure actor appeared on a recurring Weekend Update bit — Get in the Cage with Nic Cage — in which Andy Samberg impersonated him, mercilessly. And Cage handled it like champion.
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The reality star knows what you have to say about her lips, and what better way to say, "LOL guys, LOL," than by eating a giant lip-shaped cake for your birthday?
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Yet another example of a celeb inviting self-mockery on Saturday Night Live. In this digital short called "Drake's Beef," the rapper played an oversensitive version of himself who ended up having really passive aggressive beef with everyone.
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When promoting her 2005 movie House of Wax, the heiress-turned-actress-turned D.J. partied in a T-shirt featuring the catchphrase "See Paris Die," referring to her death scene in the movie.
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In the 2014 SNL digital short "Swiftamine," cast member Beck Bennett advertised the perfect drug to take for when you're having trouble accepting how much you love her. "Oof Taylor Swift. She's always wearing, like, a 1950s bathing suit." The pop star apparently thought it was hilarious; that summer, Swift posted a picture of herself in an old-timey bathing suit with a caption that referenced the sketch: "She's always wearing, like, a 1950s bathing suit."
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In a world full of hilarious "Hello" parodies, Adele can't help but laugh at herself. While promoting her tour in early 2016, she said in a video, "Hello, it's me – Adele," before bursting into laughter, referencing the first line of her best-selling single. "God I can't even say that anymore."
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The presidential nominee was game to appear on SNL alongside her impersonator, Kate McKinnon, and make fun of almost every aspect of herself.
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The former The Hills star's favorite article of clothing is his "Make Speidi Famous Again" hat, which refers to his couple's name with wife Heidi Montag, as well as his relative decrease in fame. You'll always be famous to us, Spencer. Always and forever.
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The Dr. Strange star appeared in an SNL sketch literally called, "Why Is Benedict Cumberbatch Hot?" Cumberbatch offered: "I don't know either. I mean, some people say I look a bit like a hammerhead shark … or a lizard man. I think I look a bit like Sid the sloth from Ice Age."
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Reynolds has made fun of his film Green Lantern many, many times. While appearing on Conan in 2015, he impersonated voiceover legend Don Lafontaine in a tease of a fake trailer, saying, "Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, in … Green Lantern 2. Rated OGNA for 'Oh God, Not Again!' " Then, on an episode of Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen asked the actor to rate the film on a scale of one to 10. Reynolds responded, "I would give it a scant four. Three or four."
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Reynolds' wife is also one for self-deprecation: The actress posted a photo of herself wearing an alarmingly Disney Princess-esque gown next to a photo of Belle from Beauty and the Beast. (We suppose of all the things to mock yourself for, looking like a Disney princess is the most generous.)
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