Stand-up comedian Dave Chappelle hosted Saturday Night Live last night to record high ratings. He was joined by A Tribe Called Quest, the musical guest of the night. SNL has been covering the 2016 presidential election for months, and last night's episode was the first since Donald Trump won the presidency. During his opening monologue, Chappelle expressed his feelings about the election results, scolding America for electing "an Internet troll as president." Later in the night, he brought old Chappelle's Show characters back to life in a hilarious Walking Dead parody.
After wrapping up his hosting gig, Chappelle hosted an unforgettable afterparty at New York City hotspot The Cutting Room. The star-studded event was attended by SNL cast members along with celebrities like Lenny Kravitz and Madonna. When the party was in full swing, Chappelle took to the stage at to perform a cover of Radiohead's "Creep" alongside Leslie Jones. The afterparty was not the first time the comedian showed his admiration for the song, as he also covered it at Erykah Badu's 45th birthday party.
The footage was captured by Questlove, who posted it on Instagram along with a heartfelt caption. "In a life full of highlights? I’m glad I waited til 5:22 a.m. for this...,” he writes.
Watch Chapelle sing "Creep" below.