On this weekend’s installment of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, host Saoirse Ronan joined castmembers Cecily Strong, Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant to sing a song about the recent sexual harassment scandals embroiling Hollywood, Washington and beyond titled “Welcome to Hell.”

Wearing brightly colored clothes and posing in front of a sunny skyline, rainbows and candies, the song’s subject matter was noticeably darker than the setting its singers stood before.

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“Hey there, boys, we know the last couple months have been frickin‘ insane,” Strong said, twirling her hair. “All these big, cool, powerful guys are turning out to be — what’s the word? Habitual predators,” Bryant chimed in, amid fluffy clouds and giant cherry props.

“Here’s a little secret that every girl knows,” Ronan said, before the ladies welcomed everyone to Hell, where “it’s like a maze here, all full of boners.”

“Now, House of Cards is ruined, and that really sucks. Well, here’s a list of stuff that’s ruined for us,” Ronan intoned before the group listed off such things as vans, hotels and Ubers.

“This ain’t a girl group, we just travel in a pack for safety,” Bryant explained.

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As bad as things were, however, Leslie Jones appeared to let the women know that “it’s, like, a million times worse for women of color,” to which they were all in agreement.






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