Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' victory speeches. pic.twitter.com/DRnMCeoqlh- Saturday Night Live - SNL (@nbcsnl) November 8, 2020
Carrey was joined by Maya Rudolph, taking on the role of Vice President Elect Kamala Harris, and both took the opportunity to have a swing at outgoing President Donald Trump, calling him a 'loser' in the style of the famous fictional pet detective.
Biden has been confirmed to be the 46th President of the United States after a marathon - and frankly slightly tedious - election campaign that saw the race go right down to the wire.
However, Biden and Harris have successfully removed the Republican Trump, and a load of people are quite understandably very happy about that development.
Delivering a comedy victory speech as Biden, Carrey said: "I honestly kinda can't believe it.
"It's been so long since something good happened. I've never felt so alive and I'm barely alive.
Then, channelling the titular character from his 1994 film, Carrey announced: "We aren't mad at them.
"This is one of those situations in life where there must be a winner and a...looooser "
Obviously, that's a reference to a joke from the movie.
Then, both Rudolph and Carrey repeated the word 'loooooooser' with the easily recognisable L-shaped hand gesture.
Talk about kicking a guy when he's down, eh? To be fair, it's unlikely that Trump would have been sitting in the White House watching SNL.
Carrey isn't the only one who is delighted with the news that the Trump presidency is over. Hunger Games actor Jennifer Lawrence even went running down the street in her pyjamas because of her excitement.
Singer Cher, who has laid into The Donald on a number of occasions, said that she was jumping up and down on her bed with glee when the result came in.
Jennifer Aniston shared a photograph of herself from Friends with her arms in the air on Instagram and wrote: "ABOUT TIME."
Despite the widespread celebration, it's unlikely that we've heard the last of this election just yet.
Trump has been making unsubstantiated and unfounded claims of electoral fraud and accused his opponents of trying to 'steal the election'.
So, he's not likely to leave the White House without a fight.
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