Fans of Saturday Night Live had a lot of strong feelings about the departures of beloved cast members like Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant in the last episode of Season 47. Fans of SNL know that the show must move into a new era, bringing fresh talent and unique content.
Nicole Byer has made people laugh for a long time. A long time as an actress, podcast/TV host, and stand-up comedian. Even though most people who like comedy today know Byer from at least one part of her varied career, she hasn’t reached the level of fame that matches her talent and willingness to do all kinds of comedy.
Milly Bobby Brown
Since her first role as Eleven in Stranger Things on Netflix, Millie Bobby Brown has shown that she is one of the best actors of her generation. The long-awaited premiere of season 4 of the 1980s-themed thriller made Brown a star again, and fans can’t wait to hear how she plans to keep acting into her early 20s.
Fans of SNL and Marvel have been begging for a long time for Elizabeth Olsen to host the late-night sketch comedy show. WandaVision has been a big hit, and both fans want to see her do it. Olsen made a brief cameo appearance in season 47. She played herself in a sketch called “The Understudy” with Benedict Cumberbatch, who she worked with on the movie Doctor Strange: In the Multiverse of Madness.
Lil Nas X
Lil Nas X’s dynamic performance as a musical guest on a season 46 episode of SNL hosted by Anya Taylor-Joy showed that he could captivate the audience. The rapper made a big splash when he was in a musical sketch called “Pride Month Song” that had already been filmed. His brief appearance in the sketch showed how the show could use Lil Nas X creatively if he were to host.
Jana Schmieding has shown that she is a powerful comedic force since she made her debut in 2021 on the Peacock original series Rutherford Falls. Schmieding went on Late Night with Seth Meyers and talked about how she had to fight to find her place in TV despite many problems, such as a significant lack of Indigenous artists. NBCUniversal owns both Rutherford Falls and Saturday Night Live, and a Schmieding episode could bring viewers from both shows.
Fans of Saturday Night Live know that Aubrey Plaza is one of the many famous people who once tried out for the show. Fans of Plaza see that she didn’t get to join the cast. Instead, she got her big break as April on NBC’s Parks and Recreation. Aubrey Plaza learned how to be funny on SNL’s home network, NBC. Having her host, an episode of season 48, would be a great idea.
Vanessa Bayer’s last episode of Saturday Night Live was five years ago, and her fans are ready for her to return. Bayer has had a steady career in movies and TV over the years, but it wasn’t until the charming Showtime comedy I Love That For You in 2022 that she finally became a leading lady. Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte came back as hosts in season 47, and Bayer’s fans hope this trend will continue into season 48.
Ziwe’s provocative style of humour made her an excellent choice for SNL’s season 48 lineup. She may have one of the unique comedic voices of our time. We are another performer who should get more attention. He would be a significant change from the usual host model of an actor promoting a movie. Ziwe’s witty humour and sharp voice would shake things up on the SNL stage.
Jordan Peele is a veteran of sketch comedy and a very successful filmmaker. His fans are wondering why he hasn’t taken over as host of SNL yet. With the release of his scary movies Get Out, and Nope, Peele’s career is going in all kinds of new directions. However, Peele’s talent for celebrity impressions and silly characters would make him a great SNL guest host.
Even though Beyoncé isn’t known for being funny, she and her huge fan base could make a big deal out of her hosting SNL. The music superstar has never been on Saturday Night Live. Still, her fans will always remember her iconic appearance in a parody of her “Single Ladies” music video with Justin Timberlake. Beyoncé is used to busy performance schedules, so she could easily be both the host and a musical guest at the same event.