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Lizzo ‘Saturday Night Live’ Hosting Gig Announced!!!!

Lizzo ‘Saturday Night Live’ Hosting Gig Announced!!!!

Lizzo is hosting Saturday Night Live in April. After being the musical guest back in 2019, she’s ready to take on the comedy show this time as the host.

Lizzo Set For Her ‘Saturday Night Live’ Hosting Debut

Lizzo is gearing up to host on Saturday Night Live for the first time.

And SNL made the announcement earlier today.

Get prepared for Lizzo (real name Melissa Viviane Jefferson), as she will be doing double duty.

Not only is she the host, but she is also the musical guest.

The last time she was there was in December of 2019, and she performed 2 of her hit songs, Truth Hurts and Good As Hell.

Both songs come from her breakthrough album, Cuz I Love You.

I wonder what she will choose to sing this time around.

Perhaps it will be something new, as she is scheduled to drop another album this year.

But it hardly matters, whatever she decides to bring to us will be fabulous and wild.

And in case you missed it, the 33-year-old rapper/singer/songwriter, who calls herself ‘100% That Bitch’ has a brand new reality show.

You can see her on the Amazon Prime show, Watch Out For The Big Grrrls, which premieres on March 25th.

Lizzo’s set to take the stage on Saturday Night Live on April 16th.

Will you be watching?

lizzo performing on saturday night live

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