Someone got his wish come through in this pandemic. Earlier in the month when Dr. Fauci was giving an interview with CNN and the question was raised that SNL is about to return and whom do you want to impersonate you, to which Dr. Fauci jokily replied Bratt Pitt Of course.
And Yes, Bratt Pitt did make an appearance as Dr. Fauci, with getting the details right such as that bespectacled, and also the Fauci’s voice varying the pitch pretty well.
The Episode stared off with Bratt’s Fauci thanking all the women in the country for their continuous support and showing love toward him the mail inbox.
He later moved on to some intense conversation made by the United States President on the topic of vaccines and coronavirus. On such comment was thee the promise of there’d be a COVID-19 vaccine “relatively soon.”
For that, the Fauci version Pitt replied “Relatively soon is an interesting phrase. Relative to the entire history of earth? Sure, the vaccine is going to come really fast, but if you were going to tell a friend, `I’ll be over relatively soon’ and then showed up a year and a half later, well, your friend may be relatively pissed off.”
So, what did our Coronavirus Lead Task Force Doctor think about this to which he gave his thoughts in the recent interview after SNL
“I think he did great,” “I’m a great fan of Brad Pitt, and that’s the reason why when people ask me who I would like to play me, I mention Brad Pitt. He’s one of my favorite actors.”
He went on and added, “Everything he said on SNL is what’s going on. He did a pretty good job of putting everything together.”
You can watch the entire video here -> https://youtu.be/zGZNdc3QnJY