Jimmy Fallon unveiled a spot-on impression of Sanders on The Tonight Show on Wednesday night.
He had his audience in stitches as he spoofed the Vermont Senator’s victory speech, joking: “I'm speaking tonight to claim victory in the New Hampshire primary over she who must not be named.”
The audience went wild as the real Bernie Sanders made a surprise appearance right in the middle of Stephen Colbert’s opening monologue on The Late Show, earlier in the week. The presidential candidate stole the show with joke after joke.
More is being revealed about the Donald Trump parody starring an unrecognizable Johnny Depp as the billionaire for Funny Or Die.
Behind the spoof is Adam McKay, the Oscar-nominated director of The Big Short, who co-owns the humor website along with Will Ferrell.
The 50-minute movie was shot in just four days and kept secret until the night of the New Hampshire primary.
Depp's portrayal of Trump is being praised as a "remarkable transformation" from the Daily Beast and a "bravura performance” by The Guardian.
The film, Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal: The Movie, is based on the real estate moguls 1987 best seller, The Art of the Deal.
Over the weekend, a fan posted a parody video called “Trump Meets the Honeymooners” where interview and campaign clips were superimposed on the timeless TV series.