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Contributor Dustin Berta logs a red-carpet interview with SNL's new star.
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- I’ve always wondered: when you’re all onstage at the end of SNL and the credits roll, what are you guys talking about? They’re actually very genuine greetings. You're saying hi to your friends, and being like: “hi, pal, we did i
- You’re a true Chicagoan, so help us out: how do you stay fashionable on the coldest of cold days? I was never worried about that here. I always got made fun of when I was in Chicago because I had a very long, sleeping bag-style coat. And
- You play so many characters a live show. Any quick-change tips for women running from work to the gym and to formal events? Well on SNL you have three people pulling you around and doing it for you. [Laughs] It a woman can have
Oak Park native Cecily Strong was at I|O Urban Roofscape this week to celebrate her cover story with Michigan Avenue magazine. The glossy features a spread of the SNL star wearing looks from Marchesa Voyage, Dolce & Gabbana, and Tory Burch. Luckily, there's not an Affliction t-shirt in sight. Here's what Strong had to say about the distressed tees, nights at Old Town Ale House, and more.
· Cecily Strong: From Second City to SNL [Michigan Avenue]