‘SNL’: Jacob Elordi to Host First Show of 2024, With Reneé Rapp as Musical Guest

The “Priscilla” star will host the NBC show with the musician/”Mean Girls” star on Jan. 20

“Priscilla” star Jacob Elordi is heading to “Saturday Night Live,” making his hosting debut on the first show of 2024. He’ll be joined by musical guest Reneé Rapp on Jan. 20, a week after the “Mean Girls” musical movie comes out.

The duo was announced during the NBC show’s holiday episode on Saturday, which was hosted by returning “SNL” star Kate McKinnon.

Elordi most recently starred as Elvis Presley in “Priscilla,” alongside Cailee Spaeny, to critical acclaim. He is also popularly known for his role on HBO’s “Euphoria.”

Rapp just wrapped up her “Snow Hard Feelings” tour in the U.S., in support of her debut album “Snow Angel.” The actress and singer is also starring as Regina George in “Mean Girls,” the movie adaptation of the Broadway musical (based, of course, on the original movie starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Tina Fey). She was known earlier in her career for her lead role on “The Sex Lives of College Girls.”

“Mean Girls” hits theaters on Jan. 12.

The duo are the first announced host and musical guest of the year, following McKinnon and Billie Eilish on the show’s holiday episode this week.

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