The actress told other tales from that week on set, but didn't mention one of the most talked-about moments: the kiss she herself shared with Gadot.
Kate McKinnon, mistress of impressions, added another to her rotating roster.
But then Gadot insisted, "No, really, we have to do this", she recalled, forcing the entire cast to awkwardly play the game of truth-telling, including "SNL" creator and producer Lorne Michaels, who McKinnon said looked "kind of freaked out the whole time". She continued by jumping back into her Gadot accent, describing the Wonder Woman star's hobbies. The amusing woman sprinkled in her impression as she explained what it was like to work with her.
During the Tonight Show conversation, McKinnon revealed her hilarious Gadot impression, telling Fallon: "Everything she says is like a prophecy".
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Carla, whose mentor is Mandeville Films exec Laurie Zaks, was surprised by Gadot's appearance and had the crowd laughing when she took the stage: "I knew something was up! Do you have a hobby, Kate?' I was like, 'I watch Dateline!'".
"Everything she said was magic". She wrapped up her speech with a Frida Kahlo quote, "Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?", and said she was lucky to "be told from a young age that I have wings".
Nearly immediately, McKinnon jumped into a ideal impression of Wonder Woman's unique accent.