“Saturday Night Live” will take a week off to close out October, but will return strong in November. Kieran Culkin will host the next episode, which will air on November 6, and will feature musical guest Ed Sheeran.Culkin is currently starring in HBO’s “Succession,” which is in its third season.
Having said that, the actor’s hosting debut will be on November 6, but not his “SNL” debut. Kieran made an appearance in a few sketches back in 1991, when his brother Macauley hosted Season 17. Musical guest Ed Sheeran will make his third appearance on the show, having first appeared in 2014 alongside host Seth Rogen. Sheeran returned to the show in 2017 with host Alec Baldwin. In a show promo, the singer performed his own Donald Trump impression.
“You do a really good Trump impression,” cast member Cecily Strong said at the time. Naturally, Baldwin assumed she was speaking to him. Don’t worry, she clarified.”Oh no, I’m sorry — I was talking to Ed,” Strong corrects a surprised Baldwin. “He was making everyone laugh.” “Ed, do it.”In his first appearance, Sheeran performed songs from his album “Multiply,” and in 2017, he performed songs from his album “Divide.””SNL” announced Culkin and Sheeran during the October 23 episode, which was hosted by “SNL” alum Jason Sudeikis.
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