"Saturday Night Live" will have plenty of star power in its hosts and guests throughout the month of November. With Halloween quickly approaching, "SNL" gave music fans a treat start their Monday by revealing that Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift and Eminem will be the musical acts to perform on the sketch comedy show over the next three weeks. In addition to some of the biggest names in pop music taking the stage later this month, Chance The Rapper will also return to SNL on Nov. 18, but this time he’ll be doing so as the show’s host for the first time ever.
The announcement of all the musical guests comes at a perfect time for a few of them, with Taylor Swift scheduled to perform on the show on Nov. 11, a day following the release of her upcoming Reputation album. Eminem’s upcoming appearance on the show also arrives at an interesting time, as the famous MC hinted at the start of his next album cycle with a ridiculously fake prescription medication ad via social media late last week. For both Swift and Cyrus, this will be each of their third time performing on SNL, while the Nov. 18 performance will be Eminem’s seventh.
Chance the Rapper has performed on the "Saturday Night" stage twice already in his young career, but having the Coloring Book rapper on as a host should certainly make for an equally fun evening of television. Chance and Eminem are both set to appear on the Nov. 18 episode, and the host/performer combination should make for an amazing passing-of-the-torch moment in the world of hip-hop. Chance always appears to be quite the showman in giving his audience as much fun as possible, so fans should be in for quite the treat when the two huge hip-hop artists take the stage at 30 Rock that evening.