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'Saturday Night Live' Announcer Calls Host John Mulaney the Wrong Name

Well, that was awkward.

Former Saturday Night Live writer John Mulaney returned to SNL on Saturday night as the April 14 host. But before he walked out onto the stage in front of the live crowd, the show's announcer introduced him as "John Mulvaney.

Social media was quick to notice.

"THEY JUST ANNOUNCED JOHN MULANEY ON SNL AS "JOHN MULVANEY" LMAO," one user wrote in all caps.

"Is Mulaney really not going to do anything about Darrell Hammond mispronouncing his name? Or is he saving it for a sketch?" another tweeted.

"Um, did #SNL announcer (Darrell Hammond?) mispronounce John Mulaney's name as "John Mulvaney" on purpose?" one more fan wrote.

"Did they just announced John Mulaney's name wrong on SNL? Twice? I mean, if he were just a featured player I'd get it, but he's the host!" another tweeted.

"Yo Darrell Hammond, did you intentionally get John MULANEY's name wrong?" one user wrote.

Mulaney earned a spot on the SNL writing team back in 2008 and worked on the show for six seasons across five years. He most well-known creation was the Weekend Update character Stefon, played by Bill Hader.

Along with his work on SNL, Mulaney is well known for his stand-up comdey. He's appeared on multiple late night shows including on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Conan and Live at Gotham.

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He had two Comedy Central specials, The Top Part and John Mulaney: New in Town and another distributed by Netflix, John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid.

His latest special, John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City, hits Netflix on May 1.