Miles Teller roasted Adam Levine and Armie Hammer amid their respective scandals during this weekend’s edition of “Saturday Night Live.”
The “Top Gun: Maverick” star, who hosted the sketch comedy show, poked fun at the messages the two have sent women during a game show skit titled “Send Something Normal.”
Teller, 35, acted as the parodical host of the game show, with Mikey Day as Levine and James Austin Johnson as Hammer. Other participants included Kenan Thompson as Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bowen Yang as himself.
“All they have to do is reply to a woman’s DM on Instagram in a way that is normal,” Teller explained, in character as host Halen Hardy.
“Fellas, if you send a normal DM, you win $100 million.”
Day as Levine was up first, and was asked to respond to a DM reading, “Hey Adam! Huge Fan. Love your Music!”
He then requested to see the female fan’s “most liked vacation photo,” before crafting his answer: “Gonna kick things off with a ‘Holy Moooly.’ Your body is making my penis smile.”
Teller gave his assessment. “Sorry, Adam, you almost had it there.”
“I did?” Day, 42, responded incredulously.
“No!” exclaimed Teller.
Day’s line mocked Levine’s alleged Instagram messages to 23-year-old model Sumner Stroh, some of which read, “It is truly unreal how f–king hot you are. Like it blows my mind.”
In addition to the messages, Stroh claimed she was “seeing” the Maroon 5 frontman, 43, for “about a year” — an allegation he has denied.
After Stroh went public with the messages via TikTok, several more women came forward with similar accounts of flirty interactions they allegedly had with Levine.
The “Sugar” crooner has been married to former supermodel Behati Prinsloo since 2014. The couple share two kids, Dusty Rose and Gio Grace, with a third baby on the way.
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Meanwhile, comedian Johnson, 33, roasted Hammer, 36, amid various allegations of sexual misconduct and cannibalistic behavior against the actor.
When Johnson was asked to reply in character to a DM that read, “Hey Armie, hope you’re doing OK,” he creepily responded, “I want to open your bones and suck out the marrow.”
The sadistic tone riffed on Hammer’s alleged tendency to hit on women via DM with messages like, “Would you come and be my property till you die?” and “If I wanted to cut off one of your toes and keep it with me in my pocket so I always had a piece of you in my possession?”
In another, he allegedly described himself as “100% a cannibal,” at one point admitting, “I want to eat you.”
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Hammer’s unsettling text messages and patterns of allegedly violent behavior date back to 2021. As more accusations became public, it was announced last May that Teller was replacing the “Call Me By Your Name” star in the Paramount+ miniseries “The Offer.”
In September, Page Six also exclusively revealed that the LAPD is investigating rape claims leveled at Hammer. A rep for the actor did not respond to Page Six’s request for comment at the time.