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Bowen Yang Hilariously Mispronounces Jake Gyllenhaal’s Last Name In New ‘SNL’ Promo With Camila Cabello

Jake Gyllenhaal and Camila Cabello are ready to bring out the laughs — and slightly mispronounced — saturday night live, In the new promo of this week’s show, SNL star, Bowen Yang, and “Bum Bum” singer Stump Gyllenhaal after sharing their opinions on some G-words, notably patient vehicle Actor’s surname.

“Gil-en-hall, your name is pronounced, Gil-en-hall,” interjected Yang, correcting this week’s host after introducing himself.

“I guarantee you it isn’t,” Gyllenhaal clarifies, quickly closing Yang’s misspelling of his last name.

It looks like Cabello has her own opinion on some G-words too, as she jumps to correct the 41-year-old actor.

“Gua-ran-ti, you do it gua-ran-ti,” Cabello insists.

“Yeah, you’re both very wrong,” Gyllenhaal says.

But what Yang says next throws both the host and the musical guest for a loop.

“Some say ‘Camilla’, some say ‘Cabello’, Yang offers to the 25-year-old singer’s surprise.

Another promo shows Yang exiting the stage after realizing he was the only person not to be paid to film this week’s promo.

“Hey, thanks for doing these promos,” Yang tells the pair. “I know we have to get up early and we’re not getting paid.”

“I’m getting paid,” Cabello says. “I’m getting paid,” Gyllenhaal confirms.

The entrance quickly sends the comedian into a tailspin, raging at the overwhelming outrage of it all.

“Well, so who’s playing me like fiddle?” Yang screams.

ET spoke to Gyllenhaal, who is returning to host the long-running sketch comedy series for the first time in 15 years, at the premiere of his new thriller, directed by Michael Bay, earlier this week. As far as he was able to tease about Saturday night’s show, Gyllenhaal said he’s “on the whim of the writers.”

“I’m at their disposal,” Gyllenhaal said fearlessly about the upcoming episode. “I’m just on the whim of all writers. The last time I did this was a long time ago, and it’s an honor to do it — you’re part of history, and it’s just an honor.”

SNL Airs Saturdays on NBC at 11:30 p.m. ET/8:30 p.m. PT and streams live on Peacock.

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