Who Is Tonight’s Snl Host
Who is Tonight’s SNL Host?
Saturday Night Live is back tonight, and with it comes some familiar faces. The show hasn’t had a new host in over two years, but that doesn’t mean that the hosts will go unnoticed. Aside from the usual suspects, there are a few other notable names in the mix, including rapper Kendrick Lamar, comedian Dave Chappelle, and hip hop duo Black Star.
Steve Martin has been an SNL guest, host, and actor for a long time. In fact, he’s appeared on the show 16 times. He also has hosted the show on three different occasions. This season, he will make an appearance as the headliner, with his longtime friend Martin Short as his co-host. They’ve performed together for years, so it’s no surprise they would team up again.
Keke Palmer, who’s currently the star of Jordan Peele’s hit Netflix show Nope, is also making her SNL hosting debut. She’ll be joined by SZA as a musical guest. It’s also worth mentioning that she’s announced a second album, titled SOS.
Another notable moment was the arrival of megastar Willow Smith, who sang two songs on the show. The episode was also notable because it marked the return of one of SNL’s musical guests, Gunna.
In addition to delivering a number of laughs, it was also noteworthy that Keke Palmer’s monologue was a clear indicator that she was pregnant. Not to mention that she committed to every single sketch she performed on the show. While she’s a bit more known for her comedic roles in Hannah Montana and iCarly, she’s also a serious contender for an Oscar.
Other notable performers include Megan Thee Stallion, who made her SNL debut as the host of the NBC show. She also performed a memorable musical number. Meanwhile, Miles Teller did a spot-on Peyton Manning impersonation.
There are several other notable performers who will also appear on “Saturday Night Live.” The list includes comedian Colin Jost, who’s been on the show since 2014; comedian Jack Hamm, who’s been hosting the show for the last few years; and NBC’s very own Jon Hamm, who will be the cold opener for the upcoming season.
Finally, there’s a fifth host who’s been on the show for more than a decade. Staten Islander Colin Jost has been on the show since its inception in 2005, and will serve as the co-anchor of the “Weekend Update” segment.
The most important thing to remember is that there’s a lot more to a show than the name of the host. In fact, the opening monologue and the best sketch are the ones that will be most remembered.
The best way to figure out who’s hosting the next “Saturday Night Live” is to watch a recent episode. You can do this by signing up for the free trial of Fubo TV, NBC’s streaming service, or by downloading the Peacock app, which will offer you a free trial as well. Of course, the biggest question is, who’s hosting tonight?