It looks like Saturday Night Live's month of November will be more musical than ever.
The late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show will be graced by pop giants that will definitely make every Wednesday night worthwhile.
On November 4, Saturday Night Live will kick off the month with Larry David and his musical guest Miley Cyrus. Taylor Swift will also be seen joining Tiffany Hadish on November 11. The two might talk about her soon-to-be-revealed album, "Reputation," and her songs that allegedly shade her enemies like Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian, and Kanye West. Also, the tracks might be a nod to her former boyfriends, Calvin Harris and Tom Hiddleston.
The much-awaited episode of them all is Eminem's appearance with Chance The Rapper on November 18. Allegedly, according to Uproxx, the 45-year-old rapper is expected to confirm the coming of his new album as he takes the stage of the television show.
His LP is said to be full of diss tacks towards the current U.S. President, Donald Trump. Although the Rap God hitmaker's record has no official title and release date yet, it is assumed to be revealed in his musical stint on Saturday Night Live. In fact, there are swirling rumors that his new song collection is going to be released this November and has a tentative title, "Revival."However, Eminem's music labels, Shady Records and Interscope, have yet to announce or confirm his upcoming album. The timing of his appearance also seems to fit the release of a fake pharmaceutical ad campaign filled with a lot of clues about the imminent release of the record producer's new LP, Detroit Free Press reported.
This will be the seventh time that Eminem will be gracing Saturday Night Live. The first one happened in 1999 and was repeated in 2000, 2002, 2004, and 2010. His November 18 appearance will be his first time since 2013.Meanwhile, Chance The Rapper will be hosting the television show's Season 43 Episode 6. Fans will be treated to a lot of fun and surprises as he will be accompanied by the Lose Yourself rapper. He was last seen on SNL as a musical guest yielding Run-DMC-inspired Jingle Barack sketch.
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