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Chris Pratt & Ariana Grande Will Bring Star Power To The SNL Season Premiere! Find Out Who Will Follow Them HERE!

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Saturday Night Live is coming back, and it's putting its best foot forward!

Or more accurately, the best foot of Chris Pratt!

The Guardians Of The Galaxy star has been announced as the first host of the 40th season of SNL! With musical guest Ariana Grande this promises to be one sensational season premiere!

Will they be able to top this the rest of the season?

Well, they're going to try right away! Because episode 2 will mark the hosting debut of former cast member (and new Emmy winner) Sarah Silverman!

And her musical guest will be a (probably shirtless) Adam Levine with Maroon 5!

On a sadder note, this will also be the first time in 30 years that SNL has gone without the voice of late announcer Don Pardo. We can't wait to see what kind of tribute they have lined up.

The season premiere of Saturday Night Live will air on September 27th.

[Image via Bauer Griffin Online.]

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3 comments to “Chris Pratt & Ariana Grande Will Bring Star Power To The SNL Season Premiere! Find Out Who Will Follow Them HERE!”

  1. Barbara says – reply to this


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    Oh I don't think Chris will tolerate her diva behavior at all



  2. 2

    Ariana Grunde as opening season act, SERIOUSLY???? Was Wierd All booked?? Get some fucking talent and maybe people will return to watch this sad show again

  3. jan says – reply to this


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    NOPE…WON'T BE WATCHING. WHY REWARD BAD BEHAVIOR?