Leonardo DiCaprio Crashes Jonah Hill’s ‘SNL’ Monologue and Re-Enacts ‘Titanic’ [Video]
During his 'SNL' opening monologue on Jan. 25, host and Best Support Actor Oscar nominee Jonah Hill reluctantly opened up the floor to questions from the audience, which were all about what his co-star Leonardo DiCaprio is like.
Fan boys, fan girls and Taran Killam's Brad Pitt (was he supposed to be stoned?) asked about Leo, Leo, Leo. Hill was not psyched.
Hill then explained it was he who got Leo to commit to 'The Wolf of Wall Street' and he wasn't sure that Leo could handle the role (which earned DiCaprio another Oscar nom). He continued to say that all the heartthrob actor does is put teenage girls in theaters -- when DiCaprio himself crashed the monologue, goatee and all.
"What the hell are you doing, man?'" Leo asked.
"I was hyping you up, man," Hill stammered, trying to cover and saying he was calling Leo a baller. He blamed faulty acoustics for making it sound like he was dissing his co-star.
Then, in order to calm Hill down, they re-enacted the classic, romantic scene from the bow of 'Titanic.'
Not even Jonah Hill was safe from the continued reign of Leomania.
It was, in a word, flawless.