“Saturday Night Live” is closing out the year with a bang. The NBC sketch comedy show has just announced the musical guests for their December episodes, with Eminem, Lil Wayne, and Diddy-Dirty Money scheduled to perform on late night.
First up is Diddy-Dirty Money, who will take over 30 Rock with cuts from their oft-delayed album Last Train to Paris. Diddy, Dawn, and Kalenna have been tapped as the musical guests for the December 4 episode, set to be hosted by Oscar winner and star of the upcoming film Little Fockers, Robert De Niro.
Eminem will make a return visit as a performer on the December 18 episode, delivering his hit “No Love” from Recovery with a post-incarcerated Lil Wayne. Jeff Bridges will host the show to promote his big-budget flick TRON: Legacy.
The Detroit rapper’s last visit to “SNL” was six years ago when Kate Winslet hosted. This will mark his fifth appearance on the program.