Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wants to stay "at least" another five years.

Ginsburg, 85, was attending a play on Sunday, July 29, about her former SCOTUS colleague Antonin Scalia when she was asked how much longer she expects to stay on the nation’s highest court.

She pointed to another former justice as a good barometer.

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When the "Notorious RBG" gets real about #MeToo, you listen.

In recent years, the 84-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has become a cultural icon and a source of inspiration — not to mention hilarious "SNL" sketches. When she took on sexism in a conversation with CNN on Feb. 11, at Columbia University, her spirited comments created no shortage of laughs and cheers.

Despite growing concerns that the movement has overstayed its welcome, Ginsburg said she isn't worried about the longevity of #MeToo, which has swept across the power corridors of Hollywood, the publishing industry, and American politics.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg saw Kate McKinnon portray her on 'SNL.' Here's what she thought.

The Supreme Court justice was asked about it at Sundance Film Festival.

She's delighted fans weekly on "Saturday Night Live" for nearly six years and stole the show as Dr. Jillian Holtzmann in 2016's "Ghostbusters" reboot — clearly, actress and comedian Kate McKinnon has mastered the art of impersonation.

I mean, which other "SNL" star could flawlessly pull off Hillary Clinton, Justin Bieber, and Jeff Sessions?

*crickets*

Exactly!



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When we heard about this new Ruth Bader Ginsburg coloring book, we were pretty pumped.

Yeah. That's right. A Ruth Bader Ginsburg coloring book. You didn't even know how much you wanted that to exist until I just said it, did you?

Whether the Supreme Court justice is advocating for an all-woman Supreme Court or dropping gay marriage truth bombs, she pretty much knocks it out of the park every chance she gets. Not to mention, we're big fans of adult coloring books here at Upworthy.

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