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‘SNL’ Pokes Fun At “Teeny Tiny Statement Pins” Celebrities Wear On Red Carpets With Help Of Host Dua Lipa

Saturday Night Live is poking a bit of fun at a common form of activism seen on red carpets.

The sketch comedy series put together a fake ad for the “teeny tiny statement pins” frequently seen on red carpets, supporting a variety of causes.

With the Met Gala approaching, SNL figured it might be the perfect time to promo these pins for “if you don’t know what to say but you want something that sounds like it could be important.”

Host Dua Lipa helped promo the pins because, with them, “I can say whatever I want and no one has to know.”

“It’s the perfect statement piece to style it with any outfit because it’s invisible. I’m even wearing one right now,” an Anna Wintour lookalike added, as the camera zoomed in on her pin that read “The Devil Wears Prada is not about me.”

Not sure what cause to support? No need to worry. The ad promises there are even “teeny tiny statement pins” that don’t take any stance at all, like a flag that belongs to no country and a pin featuring a cat and a baby that simply says “no.”

Come back to see the full sketch when it’s available online.

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