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Bad Bunny Performed "Un Preview" and "Monaco" on SNL with an Intro from Lady Gaga: Watch
The October 21 Saturday Night Live Host delivered two songs from his new album in flawless performances introduced by Lady Gaga and Pedro Pascal.
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Bad Bunny was the second Host of Saturday Night Live's 49th season on October 21—and, joining the ranks of Ariana Grande and Chance the Rapper, he pulled double duty as musical guest. It was the singer, rapper, and emerging actor's second time performing on the show after making his Studio 8H debut as musical guest in February 2021.
The episode's performances got not one, but two major celebrity introductions. First up: Lady Gaga, making a wholly unexpected appearance in a black motorcycle jacket with silver fringe; a visual reference to the cover of Bad Bunny's latest album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana.
"Nueva Yooork," Lady Gaga yelled, welcoming everyone in Spanish above the audience's screams. "Puerto Rico y todo el corillo...Bad Bunny!”
Surprise guest star Pedro Pascal took the stage to introduce Bad Bunny's second song of the night, performed in an opulent restaurant set.
Watch both of Bad Bunny's SNL performances below.
Which songs did Bad Bunny perform on SNL?
The Puerto Rican musician performed two tracks from Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, his fifth studio album released on October 13: "Un Preview," the album's second single, and rap track "MONACO."
Bad Bunny sings "UN PREVIEW"
Following an intro from Lady Gaga, Bad Bunny delivered the Reggaeton track in a simple white-box set, with a vintage rocking horse as his sole set dressing.
Bad Bunny raps on "MONACO"
Watch Bad Bunny perform "MONACO," which samples French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour's 1964 song "Hier Encore," above.
Is Bad Bunny a Lady Gaga fan?
In a 2020 E! News interview with Bad Bunny about his influences and the songs he loves, he shared that he'd been listening to Lady Gaga's Chromatica album during his lowest moments.
"That album makes me feel more happy," Bad Bunny revealed. "When she dropped that album, I was in a really good moment, enjoying my life. I love that album."