Saturday Night Live announces Issa Rae, Bill Burr and Justin Bieber for upcoming shows

Saturday Night Live announces Issa Rae, Bill Burr and Justin Bieber for upcoming shows

Saturday Night Live He returns to NBC for its 46th season this weekend and in a surprise move, the show led by Lorne Michaels has already announced its hosts and guests for its upcoming weekends. In the season’s second episode this coming Saturday, comedian Bill Burr will play host as country music artist Morgan Wallen joins live comedies in his debut as a guest musician.

Another week later on October 17th, Isa Rai (Unsafe) Makes it SNL It hosts its debut alongside Justin Bieber, the A-list artist who has returned to the show for his fourth musical guest appearance. Burr and Wallen are also their first appearances on the weekly show.

The show’s final season kicks off Saturday October 2 with Chris Rock and Megan Thai Stallion as host and guest musician. The hosting party will be Rock’s third outing at the show after he previously worked as a castmate from 1990 to 1993. He has made nine engravings over the years, including two surprise appearances last year. Megan Thee Stallion’s appearance is her musical guest debut.

The season 46 debut will also see Jim Carrey’s highly anticipated debut as former Vice President and current Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. The first appearance will also include the return of Maya Rudolph’s famous portrayal of Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris.

Although the last few episodes of Seaon 45 have been filmed remotely with the Zoom-based episodes, Michaels himself has assured that the show will be filmed in front of a limited audience of the studio.

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Michaels explained, “We need the audience, of course. With comedy, when you don’t hear the response, it’s different. With this kind of comedy that we present, which is often massive, the timing is thrown out without an audience.” “And for me, the most important thing is when you’re totally sure of a piece on Wednesday, and then the rehearsal crowd sees it on Saturday and tells you you’re wrong … I think we’re back and the performance of the show is going to – I hate using the word” normal life “- but it’s something. It’s part of our lives that return, in whatever way it ends up coming back.So the physical problems of doing that – the number of people who could be in the studio, the number of people that could be in the control room, and how the band separated so that they were in no danger. – These are all part of the meetings we had. “

Saturday Night Live Oct 2nd at 11:30 PM ET.

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