Watch Dave Grohl play a wolf-like club bouncer in scrapped ‘SNL’ sketch

A search to meet up with a friend on New Year’s Eve turns into a surreal wild goose chase

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl appeared in a comedy sketch for Saturday Night Live at the weekend. While the skit was cut from the show’s actual airing, it has since been posted online.

The sketch sees comedian Beck Bennett attempting to meet up with friend Kyle Mooney on New Year’s Eve, who is with a girl named Kendra that Bennett wants to kiss at midnight.

The search for Mooney turns into a surreal wild goose chase and at one point Bennett finds himself in a “white void infinite space area” and told to tell a secret to a “weird, wolf-looking guard guy”, played by Grohl, to gain entry into one bar.

“That was very brave of you to share, Happy New Year’s,” Grohl’s wolf bouncer says, allowing Bennett’s character in.

Watch in the clip below:

Foo Fighters performed a Christmas medley on SNL at the weekend.

The late night comedy show was hosted by Kevin Hart. Foo Fighters performed twice, the second of which as a Christmas medley which included their classic track ‘Everlong’, ‘Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)’, and ‘Linus and Lucy’.

The band also played the song ‘The Sky Is A Neighbourhood’ from their latest album, ‘Concrete and Gold’, which was released in September.