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[WATCH] Lena Dunham keeps getting interrupted by the GPS while trying to sing in the car

SNL Lena Dunham Ooh Child

Sometimes it’s annoying when the GPS in your car interrupts you with its voice navigation. But on Saturday Night Live this week, Girls star Lena Dunham found out what happens when the GPS is a total jerk.

The sketch began with Cecily Strong, Kenan Thompson, Taran Killam and host Lena Dunham all riding in a car. The group seemed uneasy, and Killam’s character tried to say something.

“Come on Mike, not now,” Thompson’s character interrupted.

So instead of finishing his thought, Mike flipped on the song “Ooh Child” by The Five Stairsteps on an iPhone secured to the dashboard. One by one, the members of the group each sang a part of the mellow disco-era song — except Dunham.

“Oooh child, things are gonna get — ” Dunham sang.

“POINT 25 MILES, TURN LEFT ONTO NORTH GABBOTT STREET,” the iPhone GPS interrupted, cutting off the music.

The group continued to sing parts of the song, but whenever Dunham tried to sing her part, the GPS interrupted again. Every. Single. Time.

Finally, Dunham, who got visibly frustrated with the device not letting her sing, attempted to voice her confusion.

“It just feels like every time I start to sing — ” she attempted to say, before all her friends burst into song, cutting her off yet again.

And just wait until you see where the GPS was taking them.

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