Robyn Performs “Call Your Girlfriend” And “Dancing On My Own” On ‘SNL’

If there’s one thing we can count on, it’s that Saturday Night Live will feature a musical guest every week. And if there’s another things we can count on, it’s that if that musical guest is Robyn, she will be awesome. Luckily, that was the case last night on the sketch comedy’s Katy Perry-hosted episode, as the Grammy-nominated Swede joined her California Dream-mate and performed “Dancing On My Own” and “Call Your Girlfriend” with her signature dance moves and trademark platform shoes. Catch both numbers below.

Robyn, “Call Your Girlfriend”

Robyn, “Dancing On My Own”

If Robyn could just be the musical guest every week, or at least long enough to perform each and every song from her three Body Talk albums, that would be just fine by us!

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  • MusicManDave

    I watched Robyn on SNL last night and she was amazing. Dancing on My Own & Call Your Girlfiend are both my favorite songs and she slayed both performances. This diva really knows how to entertain an audience and its truly amazing how long she’s been in the music business and pumping out some serious dance jams.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-English/603459327 Michael English

    The best part was how truly excited she was from the applause/response at the end of CYG. I have seen her live 8 times in 5 years here in NYC. And she always is so appreciative. She deserves all the love because she gives everything live. And the two drummer thing never stops amazing me. She’s the real deal and we love her. Well done, as always.

  • Billy Blammo

    Anyone else think she looks and sounds JUST LIKE Toyah Wilcox? Even the haircut! Look up Toyah on youtube, circa 1980.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJhu4Db_pfA

  • http://pageheat.blogspot.com/ Laili

    She deserves all the love because she gives everything live. And the two drummer thing never stops amazing me.

  • Jen

    It would have been better if she’d actually sung it though.

    Miming = fail. No reason for it these days.

  • janet

    Sang it and had a backup track–no trickery, just easier to keep the song going while dancing and transitioning