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Mikey Day and Sarah Sherman Race to Save Timothée Chalamet in New SNL Promo
Timothée Chalamet will host Saturday Night Live for a second time, joined by Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker's band boygenius as musical guest.
Check out who's hosting the next SNL after it returns from a break on November 4 below.
Who is hosting Saturday Night Live on November 11, 2023?
Actor Timothée Chalamet is set to host the November 11 episode. SNL revealed the news during the October 28 episode, hosted by Nate Bargatze.
In a November 8 promo ahead of the episode, Chalamet dreamily wanders the halls of Studio 8H wearing headphones and a backpack, narrating his walk against a dreamy electropop soundtrack. Taking in the spot "under the bleachers, where cue cards are made," and "the Weekend Update desk, where Che and that other guy sit," Chalamet reaches the stage, imagining what's to come on November 11 and taking a big whiff of the vibes.
"Why is Timothée Chalamet in the studio?" Mikey Day asks Sarah Sherman, staring at the actor through glass overhead. Specifically, "why is he in the studio while it's being fumigated!?!?"
Sherman and Day try to stop Chalamet from breathing in poison, but he flashes them a double thumbs up. "It's cool, I grew up in New York," he tells them. "I'm immune!"
Has Timothée Chalamet hosted SNL before?
Yes. It will be Chalamet's second time hosting SNL, following his debut on December 12, 2020. His previous episode is remembered for sketches like "Tiny Horse" and "Rap Roundtable" with then-cast member Pete Davidson. We can also cross our fingers that SNL's Chloe Fineman will revive her Chalamet impression for the occasion.
Who is the musical guest for Saturday Night Live on April 15, 2023?
The band boygenius is comprised of singer-songwriters Lucy Dacus, Julien Baker, and Phoebe Bridgers.
The band released their second EP, the rest, on October 13 concurrent with a tour that wraps in Los Angeles on October 31. Formed in 2018, the trio released their first full-length album together, the record, in March 2023.
Each successful solo performers in their own right, band member Phoebe Bridgers was previously musical guest on SNL's February 6, 2021 episode with Host Dan Levy.
Originally published Oct 30, 2023.