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This Saturday, November 18, there is an all-new episode of "#Saturday Night Live" on NBC. The night will be hosted by Chance the Rapper and there will be musical performances from #Eminem.

Made history in 2015

Chance the Rapper is no stranger to the "Saturday Night Live" set. The Chicago born rapper made history on "#SNL" back in December of 2015. At that time, Chance the Rapper was the first unsigned artist to ever perform on the long-running late night sketch comedy series.

A year later, on December 17 of 2016, Chance the Rapper returned to "SNL [VIDEO]" as the musical guest. This time, he let his fans pick which songs he would perform on the show.

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The two songs "Finish Line" and "Same Drugs" made the cut, both from his latest album "Coloring Book." The album was something special as it won Chance the Rapper a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album at the 2017 Grammy Awards.

This weekend will be a first for Chance the Rapper. He will be taking on a much coveted new task with "Saturday Night Live." Instead of his usual role as the musical performer, Chance the Rapper will take on a much bigger job as the evening's host.

Guess who's back, back again

On December 18, 2010, Eminem became a member of the Five-Timers club on "Saturday Night Live." That wasn't his last appearance, as he returned to the show as the musical guest for the sixth time in November of 2013. The 45-year-old Detroit-born rapper is coming back for the seventh time on Saturday, November 18.

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Last week, Eminem released a new single titled "Walk on Water." The song features Beyoncé and is the first single from Eminem's ninth album, "Revival." The new album has been in the works for awhile and will be released sometime soon. Fans are eagerly anticipating the release and hoping for a world tour in support of the new album.

Just last month, Eminem made headline news after a performance on the BET Hip-Hop Awards. During the awards show, an almost five-minute video of Eminem was played for the audience. The video, which was titled "The Storm," was a freestyle rap that took aim at President Donald Trump. The freestyle addressed Trump on a myriad of hot topics

"Saturday Night Live" will air on NBC at 11:30 PM on the east coast. This season, all new episodes will air live in every time zone. Viewers in the central time zone can watch "SNL" live at 10:30 PM, while those in the mountain time zone can see it at 9:30 PM, and viewers in the Pacific time zone can watch live at 8:30 PM.