Actress Lindsay Lohan kicked-off her third appearance hosting Saturday Night Live by poking fun at US President George W Bush's administration. The skit spoofed the growing number of Bush staffers who are leaving the Republican administration, suggesting they are running out of candidates to appoint to high-ranking positions. Lohan played press secretary BRITTANY DOYLE, a 16-year-old babysitter for US Supreme Court Chief Justice JOHN ROBERTS. The MEAN GIRLS star later stated in her opening monologue, "I've hosted SNL more times than I've wrecked my car" - referencing her paparazzi clashes which have resulted in car crashes. The 19-year-old also showed off her musical talents by playing a club singer called AMBIANCE and posing as actress Ann-Margret in a duet with another actor playing Liberace.