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Ariana Grande Sings About Wanting to Get Caught in a Scandal on 'SNL' - Watch Now!

Ariana Grande performs with backup dancers during her opening monologue for Saturday Night Live on Saturday (March 12).

The 22-year-old “Focus” singer and first time host joked that she had wanted to host SNL since she was a little kid, which was just a couple of months ago.

Ariana then revealed that she thought it was time for her to grow up and get caught in a real adult Hollywood scandal, and performed a song full of possibilities for what that scandal may be.

Watch Ariana’s hilarious opening monologue performance, posted by Gossip Cop, below!

Ariana Grande Performs During Her ‘Saturday Night Live’ Opening Monologue

FYI: Ariana is wearing a Noam Hanoch dress.

Ariana Grande Admits to Enunciation Problems in 'SNL' Promo

Ariana Grande sits at a table overlooking the New York City skyline with Taran Killam for the new Saturday Night Live promo video.

In the clip, Taran starts singing Ariana‘s hit song “Problem,” but he gets nearly all the lyrics wrong.

“Are you saying ‘prom production?’” Ariana asks. “I don’t blame you, enunciation isn’t my forte, but it actually is ‘one less problem without you.’”

Make sure to watch Ariana as the host and musical guest on SNL on Saturday (March 12) on NBC!

FYI: Ariana is wearing Anne Sisteron jewelry.

SNL Host Ariana Grande Can See Her House From 30 Rock

Saturday Night Live's Racist Donald Trump Ad - Watch Now!

Saturday Night Live parodied a Donald Trump for President ad on the show on Saturday (March 5) where each of his supporters was racist.

Some of the racist stereotypes featured in the ad include Nazi symbolism, KKK outfits, cross burning, the wording “White Power,” and more.

Watch the fake ad, featuring SNL‘s Taran Killam, Vanessa Bayer, Bobby Moynihan, Aidy Bryant, Beck Bennett, and Kyle Mooney, below.

WHAT DO YOU THINK of Saturday Night Live‘s fake Donald Trump for President ad???

Saturday Night Live’s Racist Donald Trump Ad

Future & The Weeknd Perform 'Low Life' on 'SNL' - Watch Now!

Future takes the stage for his Saturday Night Live musical guest performance on Saturday (March 5).

The 32-year-old musician was joined by Grammy winner The Weeknd for their performance of the song “Low Life” from Future’s album Evol.

The appearance marks Future’s first ever performance as an SNL musical guest. He joined host Jonah Hill for a rendition of his and Drake’s song “Jumpman” during the opening monologue.

Watch Future and The Weeknd perform “Low Life” in a video posted by Gossip Cop below!

Future Performs ‘Low Life’ With The Weeknd on ‘SNL’

Jonah Hill Plays School's Biggest Wrestling Failure in 'SNL' Sketch - Watch Now!

Jonah Hill has a horrible realization during a filmed sketch for Saturday Night Live on Saturday (March 5).

The 32-year-old actor played a high school wrestler who wins a match against an undefeated opponent and is praised by everyone until he discovers it was all a charity stunt to make him feel better since he’s such a loser.

Jonah’s character has the rug pulled out from under him when he watches the story unfold on the local news.

Watch Jonah Hill play a loser wrestler on SNL in a video posted by Gossip Cop below!

Jonah Hill Plays a Loser Wrestler on ‘SNL’

Jonah Hill Sings Drake's 'Jumpman' Part With Future on SNL - Watch Now!

Jonah Hill does his best Drake impression during his Saturday Night Live opening monologue on Saturday (March 5).

The 32-year-old Hail, Caesar! actor took the mic with musical guest Future to perform the song “Jumpman.”

Jonah said he was going to have Future perform the song with Drake, but since Drake wasn’t there, he performed his part instead.

This appearance marks the fourth time Jonah has hosted Saturday Night Live, the first being in 2008.

Watch Jonah perform “Jumpman” with Future during his Saturday Night Live opening monologue, posted by Gossip Cop, below!

Jonah Hill Performs With Future During His ‘SNL’ Opening Monologue

Ariana Grande to Host & Perform on 'Saturday Night Live'!

Ariana Grande is headed to Saturday Night Live!

The 22-year-old entertainer will pull double duty on March 12 when she hosts and serves as that evening’s musical guest too.

Ariana just launched her website where she revealed that she’ll be performing “Be Alright” and “Dangerous Woman,” the title track off her highly-anticipated upcoming album.

“I’m having a minor heart attack,” Ari said about hosting the show. “And by minor, I mean a major one. I can’t even…I’m getting ready and in rehearsals now.”

Meanwhile, Jonah Hill has been tapped to host the March 5 telecast with musical guest Future.

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