SNL Season 45: First set of hosts and musical guests include Billie Eilish, Kristen Stewart and more

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SNL fans have long been waiting for Season 45 to arrive. Well, we only have a few more weeks to go! And now, the first set of hosts and musical guests have been announced!

Saturday Night Live has revealed their first set of celebrity hosts and brilliant musicians that will be taking the stage once the comedy sketch series returns on Sept. 28. And let’s just say we are now more excited for SNL‘s return than ever before.

The new season will be opened by Woody Harrelson as host and taking over the stage will be Billie Eilish. Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who fans know from Killing Eve, will stretch her comedy chops as host on Oct. 5 with Taylor Swift as the musical guest. Which songs are you hoping Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift perform?

Another host we are very excited to see is Kristen Stewart (likely there to promote Charlie’s Angels), she is always awkwardly lovely and hilarious! The musical guest for Stewart’s night has yet to be revealed, and we’re also not sure who will perform when Eddie Murphy hosts on Dec. 21.

Check out the complete list of hosts and musicians we can expect to see this season: 

Sept. 28: Woody Harrelson / Billie Eilish
Oct. 5: Phoebe Waller-Bridge / Taylor Swift
Oct. 12: David Harbour / Camila Cabello
Nov. 2: Kristen Stewart / Musical guest TBA
Dec. 21: Eddie Murphy / Musical guest TBA

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The mysterious yet to be announced musical guests aren’t the only mystery this coming season. Saturday Night Live has also not announced their official cast for Season 45. We’re hoping all our favorites return!

SNL Season 45 premieres Sept. 28. 

It’s never too late to set your best predictions and wish lists! Who do you hope to see on SNL this season? Any special celebrity guests you can think of that have yet to take on hosting duties? What about underrated musical artists? Sound off in the comments!