WATCH: Natalie Portman returned to SNL to perform her '2nd Rap' and it was FIRE 3 years ago

WATCH: Natalie Portman returned to SNL to perform her '2nd Rap' and it was FIRE

"Say something nice about the motherf*ckin' prequels, bitch!"

12 years ago, Natalie Portman hosted Saturday Night Live, and for one her sketches, the writers thought it would be funny to have her come out and spit vicious rhymes over a thumping beat.

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The result was one of the more memorable and out-there sketches in recent SNL history.

"I never said I was a role model."

This week she was back on hosting duties, in the line-up for the release of her new sci-fi horror movie Annihilation, and again the writers thought it would be a perfect time to have Portman dole out her '2nd Rap'.

It isn't hard to hear her doing some spot-on impressions of Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azealia (and, fantastically, Drake), but the highlights have go to be Portman suddenly appearing as Padme Amidala from the Star Wars prequels and demanding her interviewer say nice things about the movies.

Then there is the re-appearance of Andy Samberg (we're guessing his The Lonely Island were involved in the writing and production on the track), begging for Portman to come back and help him raise their son ("That little shit ain't mine!")

Yep, this one is just as funny as the first one. The real question here though is when can he finally get her to drop an entire album?

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All clips via Saturday Night Live