Saturday Night Live: Cameron Diaz Hosting on November 22

Cameron Diaz SNL

Fourth time appears to be the charm for Cameron Diaz, who will return to host Saturday Night Live on Nov. 22, NBC announced Monday.

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The Annie star has hosted thrice before — in 1998, 2002 and 2005 — and has made several additional appearances on the show, including introducing then-boyfriend Justin Timberlake’s musical performance in 2006.

This time around, Diaz will be joined by musical guests Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson, who collaborate on Ronson’s upcoming single “Uptown Funk.”

Do you have high hopes for Diaz and Mars/Ronson? Drop a comment with your thoughts below.

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  1. androme3 says:

    It’s been a while since 2 musical guests shared the same stage, and for both performances. I remember that most recent examples were Ludacris & T-Pain and Emimen & Lil Wayne.

  2. Tran says:

    About time they booked a “female” celeb to host SNL this season after what Sarah Silverman did back on October 4th.

  3. Yolanda says:

    She was a great three times she hosted the show so expecting nothing less this time. I just hope the material will be up to her talents. Oh, who am I kidding… this show didn’t have good material in years. Good luck to you Cam!

  4. Ray says:

    She’s got great comedic chops. I remember the Hispanic talk show guest she played back when Casey Wilson was a regular on SNL. However, the writing has been atrocious this season.

  5. Spitey Spice says:

    Her 1998 show is one of the best full episodes of SNL in the history of the show. I still remember most of the skits. So many classics from that one! Man, I’m old.

  6. N says:

    SNL doesn’t seem funny anymore