On November 11, Tiffany Haddish will host "Saturday Night Live" for the first time in her career. Haddish starred in the comedy, "Girls Trip" alongside Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith. Joining Haddish this weekend on the "SNL" stage will be musician Taylor Swift. Saturday will mark Swift's third time as the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live."

History of Swift on 'SNL'

The first time that Taylor Swift made an appearance on "Saturday Night Live" was on January 10, 2009. She must have done pretty well, because she was asked to return only ten months later.

In November of 2009, Taylor Swift was on "SNL" as not only the musical guest, but also as host.

Her latest album, "Reputation," drops on November 10. The highly anticipated album is her sixth studio album and is already breaking records. Even before "Reputation" is officially released, Swift has already sold almost half a million copies of the album. It's been the largest pre-sale order ever for Taylor Swift and for all of the retailers selling the album.

Over the summer, Swift released her first single from the upcoming album. The single, "Look What You Made Me Do," went all the way to number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Her video for the song, which premiered at the 2017 "MTV Video Music Awards," was full of hidden messages to a number of celebrities, many of whom were in the audience at the "VMA's."

"Ready for It?" was the second song released from "Reputation." The song has been used in the introduction to every Saturday night football game on ABC.

After that, the track titled "Gorgeous" came out, and then, just this week, Swift released "Call It What You Want."

Chance the Rapper and Eminem

Saturday, November 18 there will be another new episode of "SNL." Hosting on the eighteenth will be chance the rapper. He has been the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live" once before, but November 18 will be his first time hosting.

While Chance the Rapper gives hosting a shot, Eminem will be the musical guest for the night.

Eminem is no stranger to "Saturday Night Live." The 45-year-old Detroit-born rapper has been the musical guest on the show a total of six times in the past. Its been over four years since he's been on "SNL," with his last performance being on November 2, 2013.

Set the DVR so you get to watch the always entertaining "Saturday Night Live" this weekend on NBC. "SNL" will continue airing new episodes live in all of the time zones. If you are on the east coast, "SNL" will air at 11:30 p.m. Those in the central time zone can watch at 10:30 p.m., mountain time zoners at 9:30 p.m., and those in the pacific time zone can watch live at 8:30 p.m.