Fey and Palin weren’t avoiding each other on ‘SNL’

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Why didn’t Sarah Palin and Tina Fey appear side-by-side last weekend on “Saturday Night Live?” Don’t blame the governor — or her lookalike. “SNL” boss Lorne Michaels said the bit just worked better that way.

“When someone’s doing somebody’s voice exactly, it’s an impression,” he told Entertainment Weekly. “So their talking wouldn’t have had the same power as them passing each other by. I thought it was the most powerful way.”

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