You HAVE to see Scarlett Johannson doing Ivanka Trump on Saturday Night Live

Scarlett Johannson joined Saturday Night Live’s growing family of actors mocking the Trump administration last night, playing Ivanka Trump in a hilarious sketch.

The Avengers star sent up the First Daughter in a spoof perfume ad.

She joins Alec Baldwin , who has played the President since the election campaign, and Melissa McCarthy , who has been delighting audiences with her portrayal of Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

She’s shown in a glittering dress, gliding through a gilded ballroom to advertise a new fragrance called ‘Complicit’.

The voice-over says: “Every man knows her name. Every woman knows her face.

“When she walks into a room, all eyes are on her.

“She’s Ivanka – and a woman like her deserves a fragrance all her own, a scent made just for her. Because she’s beautiful, she’s powerful – she’s Complicit.”

It goes on to poke fun at claims Donald Trump ’s daughter has sought to distance herself from her father’s more controversial opinions – but remains an enabler of his administration.

As she applies lipstick in a full-length mirror, the sultry voice says: “She doesn’t crave the spotlight, but we see her.”

Then the reflection in the mirror is revealed – it’s Baldwin playing the Donald.

The voice-over says: “Oh, how we see her.”

The takedown continues, saying: “A feminist, an advocate, a champion for women…but, like….how?

“She’s loyal, devoted…but probably shoulda bounced after the whole Access Hollywood bus thing. Oh Well.”

The skit climaxes with its most brutal jibe: “Also, I bet when she watches Titanic she thinks she’s Rose. Sorry girl, you’re Billy Zane.”

The tagline of the commercial is: “Complicit, the fragrance for the woman who could stop all this – but won’t.”

The scent, the ad says, is also available in a cologne, for husband Jared Kushner.

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