Jimmy Fallon to host 'SNL,' reunite with Justin Timberlake
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake will be at it again on "Saturday Night Live" soon.
It was announced on Nov. 21 that Fallon, a former cast member on the late night sketch show, will host "Saturday Night Live" for a second time on Dec. 21.
Timberlake, who has hosted the show five times, will appear on the episode as a musical guest. Timberlake last hosted the show on March 9.
Fallon and Timberlake have teamed up on the show in the past and are known for playing Bee Gees singers Barry and Robin Gibb on the recurring "Saturday Night Live" sketch "The Barry Gibb Talk Show." Both Fallon and Timberlake have won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for their work hosting "Saturday Night Live."
Timberlake also frequently collaborates with Fallon on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon." The singerappeared on the show every Tuesday this past September to promote the release of "The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2." He did a similar stunt with the show this past March and appeared on the talk show for an entire week ahead of the release of the first "The 20/20 Experience" album.
During these two promotional campaigns Fallon and Timberlake performed several skits and video shorts including "Hashtag," in which they had an entire conversation peppered with hashtags. They also sang a barbershop quartet version of Timberlake's hit song "SexyBack." Both of these skits can be seen below.
NBC also announced two hosts of upcoming episodes of "Saturday Night Live," including Paul Rudd. The actor will host the Dec. 7 episode. Rudd, who will mark his third time as host on the show, will be joined by musical guest One Direction.
John Goodman will mark his 13th time as a host on the show during the Dec. 14 episode of "Saturday Night Live." Kings of Leon will make their third appearance as the musical guests on the show for the episode.
Watch some of Fallon and Timberlake's skits together below.