There's an all new "Saturday Night Live" airing on NBC this weekend. The show will be hosted by an actress who has some "SNL" hosting gigs under her belt, and a musician who is making her very first appearance on the show.

Scarlett is back again

March 11 will mark the the fifth time that actress Scarlett Johansson will have hosted "Saturday Night Live." She also made two cameos on the long-running sketch comedy show, one in February of 2006 and another in October of 2009. The last time that Johansson hosted was on May 2, 2015.

Johansson is out and about promoting her upcoming sci-fi movie "Ghost in the Shell," which will be released in the U.S.

on March 31. In the movie, Johansson plays the role of The Major. The film also stars Takeshi Kitano, Michael Pitt and Chin Han. Based off of a Japanese anime, "Ghost in the Shell" is directed by Rupert Sanders, who is best known for directing 2012's "Snow White and the Huntsman."

First time for Lorde

The musical guest for the latest "Saturday Night Live" is Lorde. The 20-year-old singer has a new studio album, titled "Melodrama" coming out this summer on June 16. The 11-track album is a long awaited one for her fans, as Lorde hasn't had a new album out for nearly four years. Her last studio album, which was her debut album, came out in September of 2013. That album, "Pure Heroine," was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album of the Year at the 2014 Grammys.

That year, "Unorthodox Jukebox" by Bruno Mars was the winner in that category. Others up for the award included Justin Timberlake, Robin Thicke, and Lana Del Rey.

Even though Lorde didn't take home the award for "Pure Heroine," she did receive two Grammy Awards for her single "Royals." Released in 2013, the tune won for Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.

Saturday will be the first time that Lorde is appearing and performing on "Saturday Night Live." Many are wondering if Alec Baldwin will make an appearance on this weekend's episode. The actor has insinuated that he will be taking a break from the show, but many believe he can't stay away.