Sandra Oh Celebrates Her U.S. Citizenship Anniversary Hosting 'SNL'

“I love Americans. You are confident and direct,” the Canadian-born actress says.

“Killing Eve” star Sandra Oh celebrated her one-year anniversary of becoming an American citizen by hosting “Saturday Night Live.”

“I love Americans. You are confident and direct,” Oh said in her opening monologue after getting a raucous round of applause. “And now that I am an Asian-Canadian-American, I’m trying to learn a thing or two about tooting my own horn.”

The Canadian-born actress confessed she has a hard time accepting compliments — or bragging — like an American.

“SNL” regular Leslie Jones was happy to help. “It’s not about the brag; it’s about the swag,” Jones explained. “You just have to have confidence.”

Oh practiced until she got it: “I’m Sandra Oh and I’m hosting ‘Saturday Night live!’”

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