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Jake Gyllenhaal shows off his unique singing skills to Sabrina Carpenter in a new promo for Saturday Night Live’s season finale


Just days after it was revealed that his Road House was getting a sequel, Jake Gyllenhaal showed off his singing voice in new Saturday Night Live promos.

The 43-year-old actor hosts the season 49 finale of SNL on Saturday with musical guest Sabrina Carpenter.

The host and musical guest were joined by cast member Bowen Yang for a trio of new promos that dropped Thursday.

All three open with Gyllenhaal declaring, ‘Hi, my name is Jake Gyllenhaal and I’m hosting the season finale of SNL this week with Sabrina Carpenter.’ .

The first promo shows Bowen telling Sabrina, «Your song is stuck in my head,» presumably referring to her hit Espresso.

Just days after it was revealed that his Road House was getting a sequel, Jake Gyllenhaal showed off his singing voice in new Saturday Night Live promos

The host and musical guest were joined by cast member Bowen Yang for a trio of new promos that dropped Thursday

The host and musical guest were joined by cast member Bowen Yang for a trio of new promos that dropped Thursday

Carpenter said, «Oh, thanks Bowen,» though when Bowen started singing the song, it’s clearly not the same song.

«Yeah, it’s like, ‘Summer’s coming, everybody’s in their shorts,'» as Carpenter tries to insert, «Oh, that’s not my song, I don’t think.»

Gyllenhaal adds: ‘I’m sure it does, it’s like, «In the summer, shorts hanging by the boardwalk with all my friends and stuff.»

Carpenter adds, ‘Wait, this is actually really good, guys,’ as Gyllenhaal and Yang sing together, ‘Board shorts summer!’

In the second preview, Bowen tells Gyllenhaal that his body in his Road House remake was «incredible.»

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Yang added, «You actually inspired my fitness journey,» as an emotional Gyllenhaal thanks Yang, even as he revealed what his «journey» was all about.

“Yeah, it inspired me to stay skinny fat. I’m not doing all that, motherfucker,» Yang said, and Carpenter added, «No, you look so good, Bowen,» as Yang thanked her.

At the closing promo, Gyllenhaal asked Carpenter where her last name came from, to which the singer replied, «It comes out of the woodwork,» as Gyllenhaal and Yang laugh.

Carpenter said:

Carpenter said, «Oh, thanks Bowen,» though when Bowen started singing the song, it’s clearly not the same song.

'Yeah, it's like, "Summer is coming, everyone's in their board shorts,

«Yeah, it’s like, ‘Summer’s coming, everybody’s in their shorts,'» as Carpenter tries to interject, «Oh, that’s not my song, I don’t think.»

Yang added,

Yang added, «You actually inspired my fitness journey,» as an emotional Gyllenhaal thanks Yang, even as he revealed what his «journey» was all about.

«OK, cancel the show, it’s not going to get any funnier,» Yang stated as the promos ended.

«OK, cancel the show, it’s not going to get any funnier,» Yang stated as the promos ended.

Earlier this week, Amazon’s Prime Video revealed that Gyllenhaal’s remake of Road House had amassed «nearly 80 million viewers to date,» while announcing the sequel.

The sequel was announced at Amazon’s first-ever launch event in New York by Amazon MGM Studio head Jennifer Salke.

«As we saw this spring, the world went crazy for a little movie called Road House,» she said during the presentation.

“Almost 80 million viewers worldwide watched Road House. We love watching these results like a baby,» she added.

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