Tina Fey Returns to 'Saturday Night Live' to Host Season 43 Finale

Tina Fey at Mean Girls opening night
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Tina Fey is returning to Saturday Night Live!

The comedian, who rose to fame on the late-night show, will close out its 43rd season in May, NBC announced on Wednesday.

The long-running program will air the first episode of a three-part finale on May 5, featuring actor Donald Glover, making his SNL debut as host. He will also serve as the musical guest, performing as GRAMMY-winning artist Childish Gambino.

A week later, comedian Amy Schumer will take on her second hosting gig on the show, with a performance by country singer Kacey Musgraves.

Fey will then host SNL for the sixth time during its May 19 finale, with superstar rapper Nicki Minaj stopping by for a performance.

Fey previously returned to the show’s Weekend Update segment in August, eating cake while discussing the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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