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

Tina Fey at Mean Girls opening night
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Amy Schumer and Nicki Minaj will also appear as the NBC series wraps up its 43rd season.

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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