字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -I remember you being so fun and musical. We'd always do bits together and stuff like that. Well, you were in a cover band called -- Is it Princess? -Princess. -It was Prince cover band. -Yeah. Me and my friend Gretchen. We played here. -You played here. -We played when it was -- It was your old -- Ye Olde Jimmy's Show. -Yeah. Ye Olde Jimmy Shop. -With my old friends The Roots. -That's right. You played on our show. -Yep. -And I just heard this. Are you doing, like, a -- -We're playing Bonnaroo. -Yeah. -I think that's a big deal, right? -That's a giant deal. -I didn't know that. -Wait. That's big. -Yeah. I didn't know that. [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -You're playing Bonnaroo? -Well, I'm learning from the kids that that's a big deal. I've never been. I mean, I don't, like -- I'm not, like, a major festival person or anything. -Have you ever been to a festival? -Ooh. Well, I've only been to -- I mean, we've done, like, comedy festivals. I think they think like, "Oh, Maya's funny. She'll do this." And then we come out and do, like, a Prince show, and they're like, "Oh. Oh, this is good." -Yeah. -But it's not comedy. -You're not comedy. You're serious. -We're serious. We take Prince very seriously. But I went to Coachella last year and I saw Beychella. I saw it both weekends. I went to see my sweet friends, the band Haim. -Dude, they were just here last night. -I know. They were here yesterday. -Yeah. Love them. Man, they're talented. -They're the best. -You got to hear the song they did with Vampire Weekend. -With Vampire Weekend. They're wonderful. -They were great. Yeah. -We were all -- Everyone -- It was the craziest thing, because -- -This is the one from the documentary. -Yes. -The Beyoncé thing? -Yes. -You were there? -It changed my life. -Yeah. You're getting emotional. Your voice is different. -My voice is higher. -My voice is higher because of that. -That's because it's infectious. -Beyoncé made your voice do that? -You don't understand. It was a life experience, because I feel like I've heard people say like, "Oh, I was there for this thing or this rally on this --" We all witnessed something that had never been done, that was made with love, that was made with beauty, that was made with pride. It was a nod to a Historical Black Colleges and Universities. I mean, it was incredible, and no one knew it. It was a surprise. All of a sudden, this pyramid came down, and there was just all this beautiful blackness. It was -- I'm truly emotional talking about it. My daughter was with me, and she was crying. Lucy was up on somebody's shoulders, crying, and she said, "Do you think Beyoncé can see me?" We were all moved, and she played -- You know, like, she started with that. But songs from my childhood, like, fun and, all of a sudden, like, a thing from "The Wiz." Like, all this stuff that made you feel like your -- like, all of this pride and beauty, and everyone was incredible. I can't believe I saw it. -She works so hard, man. -She works really hard. -I've known her since like Destiny's Child days. -Oh, my God. Remember when she came on "SNL" and did our "Gemini's Twins" sketch? -Yes. Dude, Of course. I was in that. -And I have to say, like -- I mean, I've done Beyoncé, and, like, people are like, "Oh, we got --" Like, I genuinely love her. Like, make no mistake. -Yeah. -I am so in love with her. -Yeah, we get it. We get it. I feel it. -You get it, right? -Oh, yeah. -I'm still talking about her. -Yeah. -But then and now, she is such a true, like -- She does it right. She cares about what she's putting into the world. -Good. Everyone should do that. -She's a good human being. -Yeah. So, are you going to do, like, a -- Are you going to channel Beyoncé when you're onstage? -I'm gonna try...in my mind. Because for me, like, my parents didn't let me have Barbies when I was little, because I think they thought it was a bad image. They were hippies. -We played with weed. -We just played -- We played with these things called weed cigarettes. And we'd walk around. -We just had joints with faces on them. -I'm burning! -You're gonna crush it, man. That's so fantastic. -I'm pretty excited. -Are the kids gonna come? -Hell no. I mean, like, I think the best thing about, like, a show like that is you get a little mom-cation. You, like, stay in a hotel. You wake up. -Yeah. -No one's in your bed. -Yeah. -And you appreciate the tiny feet that sleep next to you every night. -Oh, my God, dude. I get that every -- -And then I go home to my tiny feet. -Oh, I love those little babies. -Don't you love tiny feet? -I love them so much. I know what time of the morning it is by where their feet are in the bed. They come in around 4:00 in the morning and then they just slowly rotate them. Once their feet are on my face, like, "Oh, it's 6:30. Let's go. Time to wake up." -I don't know why, but I always get kicked in the face. -Oh, always. I'm so used to it now. And then the kids laugh, and they think it's funny. They kick me in the face. It is pretty funny, yeah, actually. It's good. Let's talk about "Wine Country." -Oh, my God. "Wine Country"! -This is fantastic. -The best. The best. -This is a movie. This is you, Rachel Dratch, Tina Fey... -Ana Gasteyer. -...Ana Gasteyer. -Paula Pell, who was a writer at "SNL" for 300 years? -Don't even get me started on Paula Pell. I love her so much. -And Emily Spivey, who was also a writer. So, people that know these people -- Like, we've always said Paula Pell might be the world's funniest person. And she she's been around here for -- And you see her, but you don't realize who I'm talking about until you see this damn movie. -When is Paula on our show? -Friday. -Not soon enough, apparently. -Yeah, no, yeah. Wait till you see Paula Pell. She's a bit machine, dude. -She is a bit machine, man. -She's hilarious. -You're gonna fall in love with her. I'm just marking my words now. You're going to fall so in love with her. -Paula Pell. Invest your money in her stock. -Invest your money in her stock. -Yes. But you guys get together, and this was kind of based on a real trip that you guys did? -Yeah. We went to Wine Country for Dratch's 50th. Little baby "Drooch" is 50. -Oh, no way. -Yeah, it was pretty cute. -That's awesome. -And like, all took a plane up to Wine Country, and everyone -- Amy made the itinerary, because she loves organization. Loves it. -So, who was it? You, Amy, Ana... -Mm-hmm. -...Dratch. -It was everybody in the movie, except sweet Tina was making her -- She was making "Mean Girls." -She was making her Broadway debut, yeah. -She was making her Broadway debut. -Yeah, no big deal. She was making a Broadway smash. -No big deal. -NBD. -NBD. -Oh, you guys. -Jinx. Oh, my God. -Piggyback. -But you get there, and you said, like, on the airplane going over there, you described how everyone -- everyone's character. -Everyone's true personalities came out on the airplane. So, Amy -- I was sitting next to Amy, and she went, "I lost my...I lost my phone. Oh, my God. I dropped my phone in the toilet. I dropped my phone in the toilet on the airplane." And everyone's reaction explains their personality. So, Ana said, "It's probably in your bag. Don't worry about it. We'll find it." Paula said, "We'll go to the Apple store together, and I'll buy one with you. I need a new phone." Rachel just had these big, blue eyes and was like... I said, "I'm gonna go find it." I asked the flight attendant for gloves. I got these blue gloves and I started going in the toilet. And Emily Spivey was like, "Y'all, this is terrible." -Y'all. -"This is a nightmare." -Y'all, this is terrible, y'all. -Everyone's reaction was so apropos of their personality. -Well, this movie basically is you guys going to Wine Country and just -- really just drinking a lot and laughing a lot. And it's really -- -Yeah, it's pretty magical. -I cannot wait to just -- I'm gonna totally drink a full bottle of wine. -You're gonna drink full bottle of wine... -A full bottle of wine and not watch the movie. -...in the first 10 minutes and not watch the movie. -Not watch the movie. Then, the next day, I'm going to watch that movie. -Yeah. And you're gonna be like, "Why am I watching this movie? I don't remember why I'm laying here." -I want to show everyone a clip. Here's Maya Rudolph in the new movie "Wine Country." Take a look at this. -You guys, our dear, dear, sweet Rebecca Sue is all grown up. I want to dedicate this song to my beautiful friend, Rebecca. This is for you, honey tits. Hit it, boys. -What would you like us to play? -"Eternal Flame." -Okay. -Yes! ♪♪ -♪ Close your eyes ♪ -Oh, my God. Naomi. -I'm cool. -Yeah! ♪♪ -Pro. You're a pro. -♪ Darlin'...♪ -It never happened. What? Nothing happened. Maya Rudolph, everybody.