Sandra Oh Gearing Up For Her “Saturday Night Live” Hosting Debut

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Sandra Oh’s comedic talent was on full display during this year’s Golden Globes, but she’s not done exploring this side of herself. The two-time Golden Globe winner is getting ready to make her hosting debut on the legendary sketch show Saturday Night Live.

This gig comes at the most perfect time possible – only a week before the second season of her show, Killing Eve, premieres on BBC America. She’ll perform on SNL on March 30, with Australian indie band Tame Impala serving as musical guests.

This stint on Saturday Night Live will mark Oh’s return to NBC after a successful hosting gig at the Globes. She took on the hosting duty alongside SNL veteran Andy Samberg, and many fans are hoping her new BFF will make a surprise appearance during her episode.

In addition to hosting this year’s Globes, Sandra Oh also walked away with one shiny statue at the end of the night. She was crowned as the best lead actress in a television series – drama, becoming the first woman of Asian descent to win multiple Golden Globes.

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