Jodie Foster (as played by Kate McKinnon) came out as a Les...lie Nielsen fan during a comedy skit on Saturday Night Live (SNL).

The skit featured CNN anchor Piers Morgan discussing “a series of shocking and confusing revelations.”

His guests included cyclist Lance Armstrong, who confessed to doping allegations this week, college football player Manti Te'o, who claims he was duped into falling in love with a woman who never existed, and actress Jodie Foster, who repeated referenced the phrase “coming out” during her Golden Globes speech but never actually said she is gay.

“Jodie, it sounded as if you were trying to make an announcement of sorts,” Piers stated. “Would you care to elaborate on that?”

“Yes I would sir. Allow me to set the record straight, once and for all. I'm just going to put it out there. Loud and proud, right? Here we go. I am gayyyyme for anything. I'm just totally game for anything. Also, I am officially a Lesssslie Nielsen fan. I just thought you should all know that. Oh, and I am obsessed with girls. The show. I just love that show.”

“It's all finally out there. That is such a giant weight off of my lesbian chest,” she added.

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(Related: Jodie Foster inspires vague coming outs, The Onion reports.)