'SNL' roasts Adam Levine, Armie Hammer scandals in game show sketch

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“Saturday Night Live” never strays from touching on topical subjects, including recent celebrity scandals

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During the Season 48 premiere on Saturday, Oct. 1, "SNL" poked fun at some of Hollywood’s recent scandals over the last few years involving alleged flirtatious direct messages.

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In what the sketch dubbed “America’s easiest gameshow,” 

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several celebrities competed in the game “Send Something Normal,” including Mikey Day as Adam Levine, James Austin Johnson as Armie Hammer, Kenan Thompson as Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Bowen Yang as himself.

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“Alright America, welcome to ‘Send Something Normal.' I’m your host, Halen Hardy,” Miles Teller, the host of the episode, said, before setting up the premise of the show.

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“The game is very simple. We have four male celebrity contestants and all they have to do is reply to a woman’s DM on Instagram in a way that is normal.”

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The contestants who send a normal DM — with a heavy emphasis on "normal" delivered by Teller — have the opportunity to win $100 million.

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When introducing each contestant, Teller alluded to rumors of Levine cheating on his wife, Behati Prinslo, 

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after his alleged DMs were leaked and have become social media fodder. Levine denied allegations of cheating.

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