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Amy Adams Helps Spread Christmas Cheer in Hot Mini-Dress (watch!)

Amy Adams opened Saturday Night Live with a cheery Christmas monologue, and got a little help from Kristin Wiig.  (Photo by Dana Edelson/NBC)

Amy Adams opened Saturday Night Live with a cheery Christmas monologue, and got a little help from Kristen Wiig. (Photo by Dana Edelson/NBC)

Amy Adams turned her Saturday Night Live monologue into an extravaganza of Holiday cheer with a little help from crasher Kristen Wiig who tried to spice things up a little. But Amy was the spicy one in a sexy mini-dressed that flashed her bare legs.

Amy also flashed a little cleavage, wearing a jacket with a plunging neckline. But, hey, it was festive attire.

Adams’ monologue turned into a musical when she started singing “We Need A Little Christmas” with cast members providing a choral backup. Just then, Wiig entered from stage right carried by four beefy jocks in reindeer get-ups.

It was like old home week for Adams and Wiig. Back in 2008, when Amy hosted the show for the first time Wiig, then an SNL castmember also crashed her monologue.

In case you failed to make the obvious connection Adams is promoting her new film “Big Eyes” with Christoph Waltz. The Tim Burton film is about a real life 1950s scandal involving artist Margaret Keane, who painted the ubiquitous big-eye kids. They rivaled hula-hoops in popularity.

Amy also appeared in a hilarious “Girlfriends” sketch with a walk-on by One Direction band members, who were the musical guests.

Morgan (Aidy Bryant) tries to keep her cool as she and Kyra (Cecily Strong) chat with the dance squad’s captain (Adams) and its guy dancers.

Check out the monologue and her “Girlfriends” sketch below. Her film hits Theaters on Thursday… if North Korea doesn’t threaten to shut it down.

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