Chloe Fineman

Saturday Night Live's Chloe Fineman Weighs In On Pete Davidson's Relationship With Kim Kardashian

Watch: Kim Kardashian THIRSTY For Pete Davidson's "BDE!" | The Kardashians Recap With E! News. Wonder what Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian are really like? You're not alone. While walking the red carpet at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival on June 5, fellow Saturday Night Live star Chloe Fineman revealed how many people ask her this question on a daily basis.
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Chloe Fineman Proves She Can Impersonate Anyone — Including Her "SNL" Costars

Chloe Fineman's impersonation prowess remains unmatched. The comedian mimicked several of her "Saturday Night Live" costars in a sketch that aired May 7, and she nailed every single one to a T. The sketch opens with Fineman explaining how as the show's understudy, she runs lines with fellow cast members just in case she has to fill in for one of them at the last minute. She then rattles off impressions of Kate McKinnon, Cecily Strong, Melissa Villaseñor, Aidy Bryant, Heidi Gardner, and Sarah Sherman, wearing outfits that match each castmate and imitating their voices and mannerisms flawlessly.

Chloe Fineman Shows Off Uncanny Elizabeth Olsen Impression on SNL

Chloe Fineman’s celebrity impressions are nothing short of astounding. From tackling perennial internet boyfriend Timothée Chalamet to Drew Barrymore and even Elmo, her impressions know no limits. And on a recent Saturday Night Live sketch, Fineman took it even further. Between the sketch show and her Instagram account, we’ve seen hundreds of celebrity impressions. But this time, Fineman shifted gears to take on her fellow cast members. Well, and also Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness star Elizabeth Olsen.
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Priyanka Chopra, Kaitlyn Dever, Chloe Fineman sizzle at Oscars bash

Mumbai, March 25 (SocialNews.XYZ) With the Oscars week underway, the celebrations for the prestigious awards ceremony are in full-swing with Oscar parties raising the excitement further. Recently, stars from Hollywood and international cinema, attended several events and the pictures, accessed by 'Variety', are stunning to say the least.

"SNL" Star Chloe Fineman's Impersonation of Anna Delvey Is Spot On

Chloe Fineman channeled her inner Anna Delvey during "Saturday Night Live"'s March 5 episode, hosted by Oscar Isaac. In the sketch titled "Inventing Chloe," the "SNL" star parodied Netflix's crime drama "Inventing Anna," donning flashy clothes and oversize, black-framed glasses. Speaking with a Russian-German accent, Fineman goes around grumbling about the "basic" food in the office and telling people she's going to wire the money she owes them.

'SNL': Chloe Fineman takes on Anna Delvey in "Inventing Chloe"

In this new SNL sketch, Chloe Fineman learns to get what she wants from the rest of the Saturday Night Live cast and crew. After watching Inventing Anna, the new Netflix series about the famed con-artist Anna Delvey, Fineman starts dressing and, more importantly, talking like Delvey. Fineman is the perfect pick to take on Delvey, or rather Julia Garner's version of Delvey.

SNL Video: Chloe Fineman Channels Anna Delvey In Inventing Anna Parody

Click here to read the full article. It doesn’t matter if you wouldn’t necessarily do anything for Chloe Fineman. On this week’s Saturday Night Live, she’ll make you do it anyway. “Inventing Chloe” sees Fineman take control like the grifter in the streaming series Inventing Anna. After bingeing a little too much of the Netflix series, Fineman tries her hand at living the high life, Anna Delvey style. “That’s akchully my sandwich,” she says in a confident voice that’s two parts Russian, two parts German, and, like, nine parts Christopher Walken. “My sandwich is in your mouth. Give me my...

‘Inventing Anna’ Inspired Chloe Fineman To Ask For Very VIP Treatment On ‘SNL’

Click here to read the full article. Chloe Fineman channeled her inner Anna Sorokin in a sketch titled Inventing Chloe on Saturday Night Live, a nod to the Netflix drama Inventing Anna about Sorokin’s experience as a fraudster. Sorokin, under the alias Anna Delvey, pretended to be a wealthy German heiress while defrauding banks, hotels, and friends, among others. She was convicted in 2019 for grand larceny, larceny in the second degree, and theft of services. In the sketch, Fineman used Sorokin’s infamous—and odd—accent while demanding her SNL colleagues get her bougie goodies like meals from Nobu and Michael Che‘s spot on...

Chloe Fineman on Her First Beauty Gig & The 5 Affordable Products She Grabs from Target

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, STYLECASTER may receive an affiliate commission. Just a few years ago, you might not have heard the name Chloe Fineman. Now, her hilarious Saturday Night Live clips circle the Internet every Sunday. Her impressions of Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Coolidge and Meryl Streep—just to name a few—have earned her more than one viral video. Now, the comedian has a new gig and one that’s a big departure from the usual: she’s a Pantene ambassador. Fineman is one of five new, multi-hyphenate women joining the Pantene Conditioner Collective. “I’ve...

Chloe Fineman Has the Key to Spot-On Beauty Transformations

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Chloe Fineman Is the Ultimate Beauty Chameleon

All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Long before Chloe Fineman became a star cast member on Saturday Night Live and a brand ambassador for Pantene, the comedian was just a beauty-obsessed teen growing up in Berkeley, California. Her love for makeup and hair started in middle school, where she experimented with products in her mother's makeup bag and frequented the drugstore to buy at-home dye kits. Fineman got the hang of makeup pretty quickly, stealing her mother's Nars lipstick and applying Cindy Crawford–inspired beauty marks with eyeliner. But hair? Not so much.