Dua Lipa Enlists Chloe Fineman with Taking Over as “Saturday Night Live” Musical Guest in Hilarious Promo Video

Lipa is set to perform double duty as host and musical guest on 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend

Performing double duty on Saturday Night Live might be too much for Dua Lipa to handle.

In a hilarious promotional video shared ahead of Lipa's stint as host and musical guest on the NBC variety sketch show on May 4, cast member Chloe Fineman tries to polish up her impression of the "Houdini" singer — before getting tasked with singing for her on the upcoming episode.

The clip opens with Lipa, 28, preparing on the Studio 8H stage for the upcoming gig as Fineman, 28, enters the room to show off her impression of the Grammy winner performing her 2020 hit "Levitating." However, she can't get the words right.

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<p>Rosalind O'Connor/NBC via Getty</p> Dua Lipa

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Dua Lipa

"If you wanna run away with me / We can play hide and seek first / Count to five," she sings while doing an awkward dance. Lipa finds the impression "hilarious," but she doesn't know who Fineman is attempting to be. "You," says the comedian.

"Oh, well, the lyrics maybe aren't, like, 100% there," responds the "New Rules" hitmaker. [The correct words to the first verse of "Levitating" are "If you wanna run away with me, I know a galaxy / And I can take you for a ride."]

"How about the dance moves? Like, maybe you're just missing some of the dance moves?" asks Lipa.

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<p>Gilbert Flores/WWD via Getty</p> Chloe Fineman in Santa Monica in March 2024

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Chloe Fineman in Santa Monica in March 2024

Fineman then performs an odd tap dancing routine, after which Lipa suggests, "Maybe it's the look. Let's change your look."

Following a full makeover, the SNL cast member sports the same deep red locks and fashion-forward style as Lipa — though she still can't land the "Levitating" lyrics: "If you want to come with me into a pizzeria / I can give you a slice."

"OK, it's close enough. You're gonna nail it, kid," Lipa tells a confused Fineman. "I'm gonna actually just focus on my sketches. So, I thought maybe you could, you know, do the performance for me. I'm gonna go and grab dinner."

<p>Jed Cullen/Dave Benett/Getty </p> Dua Lipa

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Dua Lipa

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This week's SNL will come just one day after Lipa's new album, Radical Optimism, is released. In a new interview with the Associated Press, she opened up about how crafting this record was different from her previous projects.

"It was so much more free flowing," she told the outlet. "And it didn’t have a formula, per se, but I always had that pop sensibility in the back of my mind. But I wanted to just experiment and try and create something new. But I think this was always kind of the album that I’ve always wanted to make."

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