Lady Gaga to Host ‘Saturday Night Live’

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Josh Hutcherson also in line for November hosting duties

The rumors are true: Lady Gaga is set to host “Saturday Night Live” and perform as the musical guest on the latenight program’s Nov. 16 broadcast.

Episode will mark Gaga’s third appearance as a musical guest on the NBC show but her first time hosting. Her gig as “SNL’s” host will arrive just days after the release of her latest album, “Artpop.”

“SNL” has also added Josh Hutcherson as a November host. The “Hunger Games” star will make his “Saturday Night Live” debut on Nov. 23 following the Nov. 22 release of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” HAIM will serve as musical guest.

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  1. AE Jaeter says:

    Should be comical

    But interestingly no harm to develop a persons carreer. Gaga is controversial & has appeared on X Factor in the UK.

    On the other turn of the cards, young artists on these TV Competition shows appear as Mammy’s Boys whilst she appears to be a Star, The starchey judges who develop as front room lozenges, here in England Gaga appears as weird strange unusual as an example of what Today’s Star has to be in a world of politics and the average Joe’s view of weird and a re-awakening of underwear & accoutrements. But the young stars on these Reality Competition Shows appear at oddes with this neauveaux flavor of STAR. Maybe it is something the Telephone ratings system is highlighting in a vaguer

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