“SNL”'s Chloe Fineman shows off spot-on impression of Anna Wintour at the Met Gala

The "Saturday Night Live" star impresses with yet another hilarious celebrity impersonation.

Was that really Anna Wintour on the Met Gala red carpet — or was it Chloe Fineman doing a spot-on impression?

The Saturday Night Live star is no stranger to celebrity impersonations, and her take on Vogue’s editor in chief is no exception. In a video shared ahead of Monday's event, Fineman recreated every detail of Wintour’s persona: from the poised walk to her iconic bob to the oversized black sunglasses. And to top it all off, the Instagram clip sees Fineman’s Wintour inspecting the Met Gala red carpet.

"I think we’re a little low on the flowers here,” she comments, criticizing the decor. “But I think we’ll hopefully make it better.”

Later, Fineman’s Wintour seems distraught about the carpet itself: "I think it’s clashing with the flowers. Maroon and light pink don’t really go together," she complained, before declaring to the camera, "I’m not sure about the carpet."

<p>Lauren Clements/NBC via Getty; John Shearer/WireImage</p> Chloe Fineman as Anna Wintour, and Anna Wintour

Lauren Clements/NBC via Getty; John Shearer/WireImage

Chloe Fineman as Anna Wintour, and Anna Wintour

In the comments, fans joked that Fineman nearly had them fooled with her impression — but the SNL-version of the Met Gala was a dead giveaway.

"I thought this was really her and I was like man those flowers are low budget,” one user joked. Another wrote, “Swear I took a double take!”

Fineman debuted her uncanny Wintour impression on SNL during Saturday's Dua Lipa-hosted episode. The “Teeny Tiny Statement Pin” pre-recorded sketch saw Fineman and her fellow cast members wearing minuscule pins in quiet support of real and fake causes while walking the red carpet.

"This way, not everyone has to be bombarded with my opinions,” Bowen Yang explains in the parody. "But if they want them, they can just zoom in. Way way way way in.”

The causes ranged from “Love is Love” to “Free Ellen.”

Fineman as Wintour voiced her support in the sketch, explaining: “It’s the perfect statement piece to style with any outfit because it’s invisible. I’m even wearing one right now.”

The camera then zoomed into a pin that read, “The Devil Wears Prada was NOT about me.”

You can see Fineman transform into Wintour in the video above.

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