Jacob Elordi will host “Saturday Night Live” on Jan. 290 with Reneé Rapp as his musical guest.
Elordi is currently starring in the Amazon film “Saltburn” and in the A24 feature “Priscilla” where he played American legend Elvis. The actor is also known for his work on in the HBO series “Euphoria” where he played Nate Jacobs and also for his previous work at the love interest in the Netflix films, “The Kissing Booth.” Both of Elordi’s roles in “Saltburn” and “Priscilla” have created a buzz
Rapp is a singer-songwriter and actor who just released an album, “Snow Angel.” She is also the star of the upcoming “Mean Girl” musical adaptation where she will be playing Regina George. Rapp found a large following on fans for her work on the HBO series “The Sex Lives of College Girls,” and thanks to her candid and impromptu performances via her personal TikTok account.
This season of “Saturday Night Live” has so far had Emma Stone, Jason Momoa, Pete Davidson, Bad Bunny, Nate Bargatze and Timothee Chalamet as hosts, plus Ice Spice, the Foo Fighters and Boygenius as musical guests. Bad Bunny pulled double duty and both hosted and performed. Singer Tate McRae performs on Momoa’s episode. There has also been an influx of celebrity cameos this season including “SNL” alumni Kristen Wiig and Mara Rudolph who appeared this Saturday in Kate McKinnon’s monologue and then reappeared for an ABBA number. Other big names to surprise the audiences at 30 Rock include: Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, Pedro Pascal, Lady Gaga, Mick Jagger, Alec Baldwin, Christopher Walken and more.