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Jonah Hill, Drake Hosting ‘SNL’ January Episodes

They will be joined by U.K. band Bastille, and, er, Drake, respectively

Jonah Hill will make his third pass as host of “Saturday Night Live” on the sketch comedy staple’s Jan. 25 episode, NBC said Monday.

“The Wolf of Wall Street” star will be joined by U.K. band Bastille, their first gig in the famed “Saturday Night Live” Studio 8H. Bastille’s single “Pompeii” topped Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart for four weeks and will be featured on “All This Bad Blood,” a multi-part deluxe album set for release in the U.S. on Jan. 14.

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As previously announced, rapper/actor Drake will pull double-duty as host and musical guest on the Jan. 18 episode of “SNL,” the first live show back from winter break. Drake was recently nominated for four Grammy Awards, and just completed his North American “Would You Like A Tour?” tour.

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“Saturday Night Live” is produced in association with Broadway Video. The creator and executive producer is Lorne Michaels.