For all their fame and fortune, celebrities are one insecure bunch. Just ask Chris Hemsworth.
In a standout sketch from his second "SNL" outing, the Australian actor donned a dress and wig to go undercover among a group of brunching girlfriends to find out if he's still got it.
Luckily, the late night sketch found humor beyond the hunk-in-a-dress gag, thanks to the talents of "SNL"cast members Vanessa Bayer, Cecily Strong, Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant.
During a discussion of celebrity crushes, the group of women becomes increasingly suspicious that their friend Claire is Hemsworth in disguise.
"Hey guys, crazy question: Is our friend Claire actually Chris Hemsworth?" Strong asks. Realizing that Claire is a complete stranger, McKinnon remarks, "Actually, come to think of it, I’ve never met Claire before today.”
After taking a jab at little brother Liam ("I heard he breastfed until he was 4"), Hemsworth gives up the charade.
"I guess, I just wanted to see if girls still like me," he admits. "Everyone these days keeps talking about Chris Pratt, Ryan Gosling, freaking Liam from 'The Hunger Games.' I just needed to know does anyone find little old C-Hemmy attractive? Am I still a hunk?"
The women rally around him, assuring the actor that he is as studly as ever, until Bryant shoots him down with the sketch's closing line.
"No, this was bad and you're weird now."
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