Tanorexic Mom Loves 'SNL' Skit Mocking Her

Mon, May 7, 2012 1:07pm EST by 1 Comment
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Surprisingly, tanning obsessed mom Patricia Krentcil isn’t lashing out at Kristen Wiig for mocking her on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ Read on to find out what she had to say about the sketch!

Patricia Krentcil, the New Jersey mom who is facing charges for allegedly subjecting her young daughter to hours in a tanning bed, can actually take a joke! She’s lashed out at her critics before, but she laughed off the Saturday Night Live skit that mocked her.

After watching the late-night parody, the 44-year-old tanorexic mother told the NY Post, “It was well done.”

While Patricia’s child-endangerment charges are no laughing matter, the tanning mom doesn’t mind being a national punchline on late night TV, claiming, “The whole thing was hysterical.”

Patricia allegedly putting her daughter, Anna, under ultraviolet lights since the age of 5. Last week, Patricia called her critics “fat,” “ugly” and “jealous.”

In the performance, SNL star Kristen Wiig capitalized on Patricia’s earlier statements and took the tantrum even further. She wore dark makeup, a leather jacket and a white flowery headpiece to capture ‘s half-baked look, prompting SNL Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers to exclaim, “you look like a baseball glove.”

“I can’t blame them for being jealous,” Kristen said. “I am alluring in a way they’ll never be. Trust me, there are plenty of men in New Jersey who would love to snap into this Slim Jim.”

At the end of the skit, she placed a slice of bread between her thighs and retrieved it as toast. Hilarious!

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? What did YOU think of the SNL skit?

[New York Post]

Jennifer Kamm

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