Who is hosting Saturday Night Live next weekend, Feb. 20, 2021?

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Since returning from its winter break Saturday Night Live has been on quite a roll!

With its first new episode of the new year, SNL welcomed actor John Krasinski making his hosting debut in an episode that delivered plenty of laughs and memorable sketches.

The good times kept rolling the following week when Schitt’s Creek co-creator and star Dan Levy dropped in to make his SNL debut with yet another solid episode which even featured a fun cameo from Levy’s dad and Schitt’s Creek co-star Eugene Levy.

And then just this weekend Emmy-winner Regina King made her hosting debut in which she once again proved her wide range and why she’s regarded as one of the best actresses in the business!

Needless to say, it’s been an exciting few weeks for SNL fans and the great news is the streak is going to keep going next weekend as yet another hosting debut — this time with one of the biggest stars from Netflix’s breakout drama Bridgerton.

Regé-Jean Page to host Saturday Night Live February 20, 2021

Still riding the wave of his breakout role in Netflix’s period drama, Regé-Jean Page will make his SNL hosting debut next weekend during the show’s Feb. 20 episode with musical guest Bad Bunny.

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It seems safe to assume SNL is going to have a bit of fun playing off his breakout role with a sketch or two inspired by Bridgerton, while also giving Page the chance to show off his comedic chops alongside the SNL cast. We’ll also be looking out to see if the series might incorporate a James Bond-inspired sketch in playing off the recent calls for Page to take on the role of Bond in a future film.

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Are you looking forward to seeing Bridgerton‘s Regé-Jean Page make his SNL hosting debut next weekend? Any early predictions for what type of sketches NBC might have planned for the next new episode of SNL?