Pope Benedict XVI's successor was chosen Saturday, March 2 by Saturday Night Live. During Jason Sudeikis' The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer sketch, he revealed that 9-year-old Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis, portrayed by host Kevin Hart, had been named the new Pope.

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"I don't think anyone saw this coming," Sudeikis said.

"Quvenzhane Wallis, of course, the first African American, the first female and first child Pope," a reporter at the scene explained. 

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Comedian Hart, 32, then made his debut dressed up as Wallis in her navy Giorgio Armani gown and carrying her her favorite puppy purse. To celebrate her victory, Pope Quvenzhane lifted her arms into her signature muscle man pose and then danced the Dougie.

"Who the man? I'm the man," Pope Quvenzhane said in Latin.

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