Ariana Grande is set to host “Saturday Night Live” on March 12. The former Nickelodeon star will also be the night’s musical guest.
Grande, who’s been working on her new album Dangerous Woman, originally titled Moonlight, revealed through her new website that she’ll be performing two new songs, “Focus” and “Be Alright.”
“I’m having a minor heart attack, and by minor I mean a major one,” she shared on her site during a break from rehearsals. “I can’t even.”
Grande previously appeared on SNL as a musical guest for the season 40 premiere episode. This will be her first time hosting the NBC comedy show.
A week earlier, Jonah Hill will host the show with musical guest Future, who will be making his own “Saturday Night Live” debut.
Recently, Grande appeared in a cameo for Zoolander No. 2 and took on a secondary role in the first season of Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens.