Kristen Wiig celebrated her last episode of Saturday Night Live by being showered with compliments from people much cooler than you, and making multiple grown men cry. Following a heartfelt goodbye on camera, Wiig and the NBC crew toasted to seven years of Gilly during the show's after party from the Rockefeller Center skating rink. Foo Fighters provided the live entertainment, with Wiig and her now-former costars joining in on vocals. Displaying abilities that trump her "That's What Friends Are For" moment in Bridesmaids, Wiig truly let her hair down during this cover of Joan Jett's "I Love Rock N Roll," enjoying the taste of a bottled Coors Light and the sounds of Andy Samberg and Jason Sudeikis backing her up. It's a performance consisting mostly of Wiig, her leather shorts and Foo front man Dave Grohl, though; Sudeikis pretty much gives up halfway through, likely realizing that once again, she's set the bar too high.
While you might think this is just another excuse to watch her memorable goodbye tribute ("She's Like a Rainbow" plus" Ruby Tuesday," and a final dance with Lorne? Too much!), it's our duty to reveal that the (likely departing) trio of Saturday Night Live members could be starting their own band. Obviously they're leaving the late-night series to make movies and become even bigger stars, but wouldn't it be cool if Wiig and her boys tried out the music thing? They wouldn't be the first NBC employees to do so. Watch below.