Jack Harlow has been announced as the latest in a long line of incredible artists and celebrities to pull off SNL "double duty" -- that is, filling both coveted spots of host and musical guest on NBC's long-running Saturday Night Live sketch comedy show, created and executive produced by Lorne Michaels in 1975.
This got us thinking about ALL of the others who have also been given the unique chance of making us laugh and dance our way through the weekend, including quite a few iconic artists, a number of where-are-they-now's, and even a few celebs who surprised audiences with their musical prowess.
Check out the list of amazing performers below, and listen to your favorite music now -- curated for fans, by fans -- on Audacy’s huge list of all-new stations!
Jack Harlow was announced as the show's musical guest and host on October 16, performing double-duty on the October 29 show marking his first SNL host debut, and second appearance as musical guest.
Megan Thee Stallion
Double duty: October 15, 2022 - This was the GRAMMY-winning singer's first appearance as host, her second time as musical guest
Double duty on April 16, 2022 - First time as host, two-time musical guest
Double duty on December 11, 2021 - First time as host, two-time musical guest
Double duty on February 27, 2021 - First time as host, two-time musical guest
Double duty on November 16, 2019 - First time as host, two-time musical guest
Chance The Rapper
Double duty on November 16, 2019 - Second time as host, two-time musical guest
Double duty on February 9, 2019 - First time as host, four-time musical guest
Donald Glover (Childish Gambino)
Double duty on May 5, 2018 - First time as host and musical guest
Double duty on May 14, 2016 and January 18, 2014 - Two-time host, three-time musical guest
Double duty on March 12, 2016 - First time as host, two-time musical guest
Double duty on October 3, 2015 and October 5, 2013 - Three-time host, seven-time musical guest
Double duty on January 24, 2015 - First time as host and musical guest
Double duty on November 16, 2013 - First time as host, four-time musical guest
Double duty on October 11, 2003; December 16, 2006; March 9, 2013 - Five-time host, seven-time musical guest
Double duty on February 9, 2012 - First-time host, four-time musical guest
Double duty on October 20, 2012 - First-time host, four-time musical guest
Double duty on May 19, 2012 (with Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, Jeff Beck); October 7, 1978 (with the Rolling Stones) - Two-time host, four-time musical guest
Double duty on April 2, 2011 - First time as host along with additional musical guest Leon Russell, second time as musical guest
Double duty on February 10, 2001; February 27, 2010 - Three-time host (2 double duty), three-time musical guest
Double duty on Nov. 7, 2009 - First-time host, five-time musical guest
Double duty on Nov. 18, 2006 - First-time hosting, third-time as musical guest (performed with T-Pain in 2008 and Sum 41 in 2005)
Double duty on Oct. 9, 2004 - Two-time host, one-time musical guest
Double duty on April 10, 2004 - One-time host, two-time musical guest
Double duty on May 13, 2000 and February 2, 2002 - Two-time double-duty host, three-time musical guest
Double duty on February 28, 1998 and November 13, 1999 - Two-time double-duty host (although one was as his alter-ego, Chris Gaines), three-time musical guest
Double duty on February 18, 1995 - While Bon Jovi was the actual musical guest, the NFL player performed two songs from his rap album Prime Time
Double duty on Dec. 7, 1991 - Hammer couldn't touch it after his first and only appearance on the show
Double duty on January 19, 1991 - Sting's first time as double-duty host, fifth as musical guest
Double duty on February 10, 1990 - Performing with musical guests Kool Moe Dee, Big Daddy Kane, Andrae and Sandra Crouch, Tevin Campbell, Take 6, Melle Mel, Quincy D III, Siedah Garrett, and Al Jarreau
Double duty on April 15, 1989 - Dolly's sole appearance on the show
Double duty on February 21, 1987 - First-time host, three-time musical guest
Double duty on October 11, 1986 - Performing "Baby It's Cold Outside" with musical guest Buster Poindexter. Weaver would host again on January 16, 2010 with The Ting Tings as musical guests
Double duty on May 7, 1983 - Stevie's first and only appearance on the show
Double duty on May 22, 1982 - Olivia's first and only appearance on the show, performing with the Saturday Night Live Band
Double duty on February 14, 1981 - Other musical guests this episode were Funky 4 + 1
Double duty on March 10, 1979 - Other musical guests this episode were Gregory Hines and Eubie Blake
Double duty on February 17, 1979 - Judy Collins was also the musical guest
Double duty on October 21, 1978 - Zappa's second appearance as musical guest, first as host. He was reportedly banned from the show afterwards because of unruly behavior.
Double duty on March 11, 1978 - Art was joined by co-musical guest Stephen Bishop
Double duty on November 12, 1977 - Ray's only appearance as host and musical guest
Double duty on July 31, 1976 - Kris was joined his then-wife, recording artist Rita Coolidge
Double duty on February 21, 1976 - Desi was joined by his son, Desi Arnaz Jr.
Double duty on November 22, 1975 and January 22, 1983 - with Howard Shore & the All Nurse Band in '75, and as her character "Pervis Hawkins" in '83.
Double duty on October 18, 1975; November 20, 1976; May 10, 1986; December 19, 1987 - with co-musical guests Randy Newman, Phoebe Snow, George Harrison, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Linda Ronstadt, and more over the years.
With a still-growing fanbase after 47 seasons and well over 900 episodes on the air, it looks like Saturday Night Live will certainly not be going anywhere anytime soon -- so we'll be sure to update this list as more artists are added to the SNL Double Duty Hall of Fame!