Michael B. Jordan addressed his recent breakup with socialite Lori Harvey on Saturday Night Live.
The Hollywood hunk made his SNL hosting debut on the show’s Jan. 28 episode. Now that he’s back on the market, several of the show’s female comedians pounced.
“I just directed my very first movie, Creed 3,” Jordan said during his opening monologue. “But right after that, I went through my very first public break-up. Now, most people after a break-up would be like ‘I’ma get in better shape.’ But I was already in Creed shape. So I had to be like, ‘Alright, I’ma learn a new language.’”
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Suddenly, comedians Chloe Fineman, Heidi Gardner, Ego Nwodim and Punkie Johnson walked on stage to hit him up for dates.
Nwodim even wore a wedding dress, suggesting she was ready to walk down the aisle with the Just Mercy actor.
Jordan appeared at ease with women hitting on him. But the one who caught him off guard was Punkie Johnson.
“Punkie, aren’t you gay?” the actor and producer asked.
“I am, but you’re Michael B. Jordan,” Johnson responded as she stroked his chest. Jordan playfully declined all of the women’s advances.
Rapper Lil Baby served as the weekend’s musical guest. Watch the video below of Michael B. Jordan’s monologue.