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January 31, 2011  | by: Nessa Nguyen

Nicki Minaj on SNL

Remember when Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian used to have the world’s best bums?  Well, something tells me this order is about to change with a certain Trinidadian hip hop and R&B artist on the scene.

Nicki Minaj appeared on the Jan 29 episode of Saturday Night Live as the musical act and starred in several skits. She played “Bride of Blackenstein,” a sassy female whose voluptuous behind caught all the attention.

Fortunately, it wasn’t the only thing about her that made an impression on the audience. Nicki also donned two opulent textured wigs to match her frothy tulle gown and colorful skintight body suit while performing “Right thru me” and “Moment 4 Life.”

Nicki Minaj's Killer Booty

Nicki Minaj has been known for her extraordinary collection of multi-color neon wigs. So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that she made yet another creative wardrobe choice for her debut on SNL.

Also becoming viral from her appearance on the show is the digital short collaboration with the Lonely Island – “Do the Creep.” Dressed up as a nerdy girl alongside Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, Nicki raps about her creep’s tendencies as she dances with bent knees and “T-Rex” arms.

In a 90-minute show, Nicki managed to showcase her passionate soft side through the songs, as well as her sassy and creepy sides. She really brought a breath of fresh air and commanded a lot of attention from fans.

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