Foo Fighters, U2 and SZA to perform on 'Saturday Night Live' in December
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On Nov. 27, “Saturday Night Live” announced the hosts and musical guests that will be featured in its December airing episodes.

As reported by TV Guide, “Brooklyn” star Saoirse Ronan and iconic Irish rock group U2 will anchor the Dec. 2 installment of “SNL.” Ronan is currently promoting her acclaimed new film “Lady Bird” while you to will be on hand to plug their 14th studio album, Songs of Experience, which will be out Dec. 1 via Interscope Records.

Actor, writer and director James Franco and singer-songwriter SZA will be featured on the Dec. 9 episode of “SNL.” Franco is currently making the rounds in support of his latest film, biographical dramedy “The Disaster Artist” and SZA is raising awareness of her July released debut album Ctrl.

Lastly, comedian Kevin Hart and legendary alternative rock band Foo Fighters will bring the laughs and stadium-worthy the guitarist to the Dec. 16 installment of “SNL’”. Hearts latest film, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” hit theaters on Dec. 20 and Foo Fighters are promoting their Sept.-released ninth studio album, Concrete and Gold.