Watch Kate McKinnon Demonstrate Her Fantastic Gal Gadot Impression

Watch Kate McKinnon Demonstrate Her Fantastic Gal Gadot Impression

Gal Gadot stepped out of her Wonder Woman costume on Wednesday to surprise a young woman with a truly wonderful award: a college scholarship. "They've overcome so many challenges in their lives, and they're driven to do more".

This was the first time Warner Bros. has offered the scholarship, which is a four-year full-ride to Loyola Marymount University.

The woman who received the scholarship, whom the Hollywood Reporter identified only as Carla, started at the university a few weeks ago.

"She's strong-minded, opinionated and gutsy".

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McKinnon, best known for portraying Hillary Clinton on SNL, whipped out her impression of the Israeli actress in an interview Tuesday night on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. "She won't be able to continue at LMU without this funding".

"In the case of this [film], I was playing a goat, so [the script] said "regurgitation noises" a bunch and 'goat scream, '" she said. "Y'all are sneaky". Amidst her speech, Gadot praised Carla's tenacity and work ethic, while reminding the audience that the moving story is one that has become all too familiar.

"I asked her, like, 'Do you have hobbies, Gal?'" Kate said to Jimmy, "and she was like, 'I love to go to the beach, I love to paddle board, I love to watch my children run on the sand, I love to go to the Maldives". Both Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Pascal were honored at the event with reports indicating that Sarah Silverman served as the ceremony's opener while Angelina Jolie took on the role of the morning's keynote speaker.

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