It’s all coming again to him now!
Fifteen years after he first hosted Saturday Night Live, Jake Gyllenhaal returned to its iconic stage to carry out a rousing rendition of “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now,” made well-known by Céline Dion in 1996, as a part of his hilarious opening monologue.
The Ambulance star, 41, revealed that he “by no means thought SNL would come calling once more” after his look in 2007 that noticed him carry out a music from Dream Girls in drag throughout his opening monologue.
As the band slowly picked up behind him, historical past started to repeat itself as Jake continued, “I imply, it has been 15 years. I wasn’t positive I’d keep in mind methods to host. But being right here, tonight, it seems like every little thing is all of the sudden…coming again.”
As Jake started to sing the Dion hit, he was rapidly joined onstage by SNL solid members Cecily Strong, Chloe Fineman and Ego Nwodim, who helped to finish his hilarious callback fifteen years in the making.