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Justin Timberlake is bringing his "Suit & Tie" to Saturday Night Live! On March 9, the actor will continue his musical comeback by appearing on SNL in the role of host and musical guest. Not only is this Timberlake's first SNL hosting gig since 2011, but it marks his membership into the elite Five-Timers Club, which Tom Hanks memorably joined in a 1990 skit.
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He's so very serious as Mad Men's Don Draper, so it's always delightful to watch Jon Hamm indulge his silly side on SNL. The three-time host hasn't visited Studio 8H since 2010, so we're crossing our fingers for another appearance in 2013.
The former Roseanne star has hosted SNL no fewer than 12 times. Not only is he funny, but he has a gift for creating characters we want to see over and over -- whether it was a certain Chicago sports fan ("Da bears!") or his ridiculous take on Monica Lewinsky-scandal enabler Linda Tripp.
Nobody can deliver a line like Christopher Walken. It's no coincidence that the seven-time host appeared in some of SNL's most-quoted sketches, including "Behind the Music: Blue Oyster Cult" with Will Ferrell ("I gotta have more cowbell!") and "The Lovers" (or, more accurately, "lovaaaahs") with Rachel Dratch.
The up-for-anything actress first hosted SNL she was 7 years old, and she's been back five times since then. Just to prove how good-natured she is, she's tolerated many impressions of herself over the years, including Kristen Wiig's in the "Bein' Quirky" sketch and Kate Hudson on an Insider the Actors Studio parody.
We have just two words for Baldwin, the most frequent host in SNL history: schweddy balls.