THROUGHOUT four decades on air, Saturday Night Live sits among one of the greatest television shows of all time.

A number of Hollywood stars have hosted SNL throughout the show's run since the 1970s.

Getty Images - GettyOwen Wilson kicked off season 47 on October 2, 2021 '/caption '

Who have been all the hosts on SNL in 2021?

Saturday Night Live is currently in its 47th season, which premiered on October 2, 2021, kicking off with guests host Owen Wilson.

The 2021 SNL hosts include:

Actor John Krasinski was the host of SNL on January 30, 2021, while rapper Machine Gun Kelly as the musical guest performing My Ex's Best Friend and Lonely.Canadian actor Dan Levy was the host of the show on February 6, 2021, with Phoebe Bridgers as the musical guest performing Kyoto and I Know the End.Actress and director Regina King hosted SNL on February 13, 2012, with Nathaniel Rateliff as the musical guest performing Redemption and A Little Honey.British actor Regé-Jean Page was the host of SNL on February 20, 2021, with Bad Bunny as the musical guest performing La Noche De Anoche with Rosalía and Te Deseo Lo Mejor.Singer Nick Jonas both hosted and was the musical performance of SNL on February 27, 2021, performing his singles Spaceman and This is Heaven.Comedian Maya Rudolph hosted SNL on March 27, 2021, with musical guest Jack Harlow performing Tyler Herro and Whats Poppin for his first set - and Same Guy with Adam Levine for his second set.British actor Daniel Kaluuya hosted SNL on April 3, 2021, with musical guest St. Vincent.Actress Carey Mulligan hosted the final episode of season 46 on April 10, 2021, with musical guest Kid Cudi.Actor Owen Wilson kicked off season 47 on October 2 with musical guest Kacey Musgraves.Reality star Kim Kardashian hosted the October 9 episode with performances by musical guest Halsey, featuring an appearance by Lindsay Buckingham.Actor Rami Malek hosted on October 16 with performances by musical guest Young ThugActor Jason Sudeikis hosted on October 23 with performances by musical guest Brandi Carlile Actor Kieran Culkin hosted on November 6 with a performance by Ed Sheeran.Jonathan Majors hosted the show on November 13 with a performance by Taylor Swift. On November 20, 2021, Canadian actor Simu Liu is set to host with a musical performance by rapper Saweetie.

Who is hosting season 47 of SNL?

The season 47 hosts include:

Oct. 2: Owen Wilson, Kacey MusgravesOct. 9: Kim Kardashian West, HalseyOct. 16: Rami Malek, Young ThugOct. 23: Jason Sudeikis, Brandi CarlileNov. 6: Kieran Culkin, Ed Sheeran Nov. 14: Jonathan Majors, Taylor SwiftNov. 20: Simu Liu, Saweetie

Jonathan Majors made his Saturday Night Live hosting debut and Taylor Swift performed the ten-minute version of her new rendition of All Too Well, her short film playing behind her.

Following Major's hosting, actor Simu Liu will host the show on November 20 with musical guest Saweetie.

The hosts and musical guests for the December episodes have yet to be announced.

GettyCarey Mulligan hosted the show on April 10, 2021 '/caption '

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