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Just days after inducting Carole King into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Taylor Swift has another big gig, this time, in the Big Apple!
The Folklore singer is one of four newly announced celebs who will hit the stage in Studio 8H at 30 Rockefeller Plaza this month for Saturday Night Live. Swift, along with fellow singer Saweetie, Shang Chi star Simu Liu, and Lovecraft Country actor Jonathan Majors will appear on the long-running television show over the coming weeks.
The 11-time-Grammy winner is expected to release Red: Taylor's Version the day before the show will air; the November 13 appearance will mark the fifth time Swift has appeared on SNL over the years. Swift will act as the musical guest in the mid-November episode headlined by Majors, fresh off his debut into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in the Disney+ series Loki.
The following week, fellow MCU actor Liu will host SNL with musical guest Saweetie.
"LIVE FROM NEW YORK IT’S SATURDAY NIGHT," said Liu on Instagram Tuesday morning, sharing his excitement for the upcoming hosting gig.
On November 6, Succession star Kiernan Culkin will host with musical guest Ed Sheeran, just cleared to perform after testing positive for COVID-19 in late October. The singer is currently promoting his latest album, which was released on October 29.
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