Saturday Night Live confirms Jack Harlow for its next host, musical guest

In the midst of tonight’s new episode of Saturday Night Live With Megan Thee Stallion serving as host and musical guest, the NBC comedy series has confirmed who will be the host for the show’s next episode. Confirmed by the series, the next episode of Saturday Night Live It will air on October 29th with Grammy-nominated musician Jack Harlow set to host and perform as the musical guest (giving them at least two consecutive episodes where the host did). Emphasizing this episode, that means Saturday Night Live No new episode will air next week October 22nd.

Harlow is best known for his 2020 single “Whats Poppin” which led to major moves like Lil Nas X collab “Industry Baby”, as well as two full albums over the past two years. The musician is set to take a leap into acting soon, having previously been cast in a reboot White men can’t jump. The response to Harlow who has appeared on the series has been positive so far, with comments like “Hell yeahAnother replied, “I wonder how his acting skills are, and we’ll tune in to see!”

Some are also very excited to hear that Harlow will be the host for what will definitely be Saturday Night LiveHalloween episode this year. OS host/musical guest urged another response, better be Taylor next double duty or I’ll cry again. “

Although only two episodes of Saturday Night Live Released in season 48, the series has already generated some controversy. First, the opening credits of the new season left one of the main cast members, Cecily Strong, whose departure has not been previously confirmed; It was later confirmed that she would be returning to the series but she is currently filming another project. Another was after it was shown on the air with host Miles Tenner and other props dressed as a bear family from commercials for Charmin’s brand toilet paper. As some have pointed out, the sketch was eerily familiar to filmmaker Joel Hafer who shared it with fans online in July, although Hafer doesn’t think there was any ill intent.

Saturday Night Live Season 48 is now ongoing with new episodes airing on both NBC and Peacock. All 47 seasons Saturday Night Live They are also now streaming on Peacock.



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