“Saturday Night Live” concludes 2020 with Kristen Wiig, Jason Bateman and Timothée Chalamet.
The actor will be the last three “SNL” hosts of the year. “Welcome to Ozark” star Bateman will host musical guest Morgan Wallen for the second time on December 5th. Chalamet will host the December 12 show with musical guests Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band. Wiig will be hosting on December 19th with musical guest Dua Lupa.
This year was a chaotic year for SNL after coming up with temporary broadcasts from the homes of various cast members, as well as all live shows by the studio audience (movie star Dr. Forch in April). (Including a trip to Brad Pitt’s house when acting) and tentatively return to the studio in October.
Chalamet’s recent projects include “Little Woman” and “The King,” and have also appeared in the star-studded “Dune” movie, which will be screened in theaters in October 2021. This is the first time to host a show.
Former “SNL” star Wiig, who was a scene stealer between 2006 and 2012 and has hosted three shows since then, is currently appearing in Fox’s anime series “Bless the Harts,” followed by “Wonder Woman 1984.” And hit HBO max. December 25th.
Meanwhile, Warren has had his second chance since being booted as a musical guest on “SNL” in October after seeing a party in the crowd without wearing a mask.
“SNL” Announces Final Host for 2020: Kristen Wiig, Timothée Chalamet
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