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‘Saturday Night Live’ Announces Final Two Hosts For 2021

Saturday Night Live just announced its final two guests for 2021! Get all the details right here.
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“And live from New York it’s….”

Saturday Night Live is finishing out the year strong with two A-list stars, as Billie Eilish and Paul Rudd are set to host the last two episodes of 2021.

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For all the details, including who will be the musical guests, keep reading!

Billie’s Doing Double Duty

Along with hosting her very first SNL episode on December 11, the “Bad Guy” singer will also be the musical guest for the evening.

“Billie will make her #SNL hosting debut and double as the musical guest in her second appearance on the show on December 11th,” Billie’s Twitter account shared on Thursday, November 18.

The 19-year-old is promoting her second album, Happier Than Ever, which features the chart-topping single “Happier Than Ever.”

Not only has the song taken over radio stations and streaming playlists since its debut in July 2021, but it has also gone viral on TikTok. 

Paul Will Be the Final Host

Succeeding Billie will be Paul, who is set to host the final episode of 2021 on December 18. 

This will be the Anchorman star’s fifth time hosting the show if you can even believe it, and he’ll be joined by musical guest Charli XCX.

Paul is currently promoting his Apple TV+ show, The Shrink Next Door (which also stars Will Ferrell, Kathryn Hahn, and Casey Wilson) as well as Ghostbusters: Afterlife.

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The news of him hosting also comes just a couple of weeks after he was announced as People’s 2021 Sexiest Man Alive, an honor he never thought he’d receive.

“I do have an awareness, enough to know that when people hear that I’d be picked for this, they would say, ‘What?’” he told People after the news went public.

“This is not false humility. There are so many people that should get this before me.

It’s safe to say it’s been a pretty good 2021 for both Billie and Paul.