"Hey, all you corporate freaks."

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By now, practically the whole world has heard about Kim Kardashian's Saturday Night Live hosting gig over the weekend, which included a ton of other celebrity cameos (like Amy Schumer, Chris Rock, and Bachelorette breakout star Tyler Cameron). But there is one sketch you probably haven't seen.

In an unaired skit from Saturday's show, the Skims founder and SNL stars Aidy Bryant and Bowen Yang came together to form the hilariously Gen-Z pop group Glitter Revolution during a pitch to Costco executive (Kyle Mooney). For the sketch, Kardashian changed into a hot pink latex bodysuit and skintight pants alongside her fellow latex-clad "band mates." She wore a platinum blonde, butt-length wig, which was pulled up into two top knots with face-framing strands on each side.

Kim Kardashian Saturday Night Live
Credit: NBC

The pop group performed songs about Costco deals and buying in bulk, and surprisingly Kardashian's singing and dancing skills aren't that bad. In the end, the pop group was offered a $25 million contract for their ridiculous bops.

During the show, the first-time host managed to roast her family — including Kourtney Kardashian and her relationship with Travis Barker, as well as ex-husband Kanye West — and the show's ratings, calling it an "intimate" night compared to her 250-plus million Instagram followers during her opening monologue. She even joked that her divorce from West came down to one thing: his personality. "I know it sounds mean, but people keep telling me that comedy comes from truth," she said. "And if there's one thing that I always strive to be, it's genuine."