Jason Momoa makes surprise appearance on 'Saturday Night Live'

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After hosting "Saturday Night Live" back in December - where he did a bizarrely hilarious strip tease - the "Aquaman" actor returned over the weekend for a surprise cameo that saw him disrobe once again.

Chance The Rapper did an incredible job as both host and musical guest on last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, and one of the obvious highlights was his turn as Judge Barry on the fictional court show First Impressions.

Cast member Kate McKinnon played an elderly woman named Gladys Feldman, who is suing her former live-in nurse, Apollo Benz, played by Momoa, for allegedly stealing her money and her chandelier earrings.

Although, Jason Momoa is key to making "Judge Barry" a memorable SNL sketch, the full five- minute bit also features a slew of other cases Judge Barry is able to solve within 10 seconds.

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Momoa made another shirtless cameo when he appeared to introduce Chance - who also served as the episode's musical guest - for his second set of the night. Chance, 26, questioned him as Judge Barry. "They were a gift".

"Omg I absolutely can not believe I was on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE tonight", she captioned an Instagram post.

Much like his previous skit, Chance The Rapper played Holmes, an National Basketball Association reporter thrust into coverage of a sport he knows nothing about.

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