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Selena Gomez Appears as Steve Martin, Martin Short Tear Up – and Tesla – on ‘SNL’

Longtime comedy pals and “Only Murders in the Building” stars Steve Martin and Martin Short fought in monologues on “Saturday Night Live.”

Short told Martin – who marked his 16th time hosting the show – that the new “SNL” cast members were thrilled with him, calling him a “complete artist” – but without the artist part.

A smiling Martin replied, “For me, working with Marty Short is like a soccer world cup. Somehow I just can’t get into it.

They went into it with eulogies before death for each other.

Martin said of his pal after his imagined death, “Wow, not much turnout. I will always be haunted by Marty’s last words: “Tesla autopilot, get involved!”

Even “in the end, Marty had a wonderful girlfriend: smart, beautiful and so down to earth. Marty was always sexually active, as long as there were batteries in the house,” he added. “Marty was taken from us too soon – but unfortunately not before playing Jack Frost in ‘Santa Clause 3’.”

Short lamented, “There are so many good things I could say about Steve Martin. But that hardly seems the time or the place. Oh, Steve, you bland, overrated, white-haired son of a bitch, where did you go?

He added: “I know Steve is looking down on us right now because he looks down on everyone. … Seeing him in that coffin reminded me [‘SNL’ sketch] ‘Dick in a box.’ “

Surprise guest Selena Gomez — who stars with the guys in ‘Only Murders in the Building’ — suddenly appeared to smooth things over as the three hugged.

Check it out in the clip here:

Gomez also made an appearance in a “Father of the Bride” sketch (with Kieran Culkin) which reprized Martin’s role as the father in the film, Short’s role as “Frank” the wedding planner and Culkin’s character as the bride’s brother. Check it out below:

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