Ariana Grande is headed back to 30 Rock. The pop princess, who just announced her new album Dangerous Woman, will pull double duty as host and musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” next month.
The episode will air March 12, and Grande couldn’t be more thrilled. “I am having a minor heart attack and by minor, I mean a major one,” she told fans on her new website, DangerousWoman.com. “I’m really excited. I can’t even.”
This will be her first time hosting the show and second time as musical guest (She performed with The Weeknd in 2014). She plans to perform her new single “Be Alright” as well as the title track from Dangerous Woman.
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The announcement was posted on Grande’s newly-launched site, DangerousWoman.com, which includes a shopping section where you can stock up on Dangerous Woman merch, and a “Tea” section to communicate with fans.
“I’m so excited to finally have a site where I can give you guys exclusive content,” she said in an audio message. “And keep you guys posted on album related things and update my merch and have it available for you guys. I’m really excited about this and there will be the occasional spilling of tea. So make sure to keep checking back.”
Dangerous Woman will be Grande’s third album following her 2013 debut Yours Truly and 2014’s My Everything. No official release date has been announced.
Before Ariana takes the stage, Future is slated to make his “SNL” debut on March 5 with host Jonah Hill.