The girls are back! Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are set to co-host the Dec. 19 episode of Saturday Night Live. The alums of the NBC sketch comedy show will be joined by musical guest Bruce Springsteen.
Fey and Poehler put their tag-team antics to great use for three years as co-hosts of the Golden Globe Awards, but their run ended with the 2016 ceremony. (Next year's host is Ricky Gervais.)
Poehler, 44, was a featured cast member on SNL from 2001 to 2008, serving on the Weekend Update desk and perfecting her impression of Hillary Clinton. Fey, 45, joined the show as a writer in 1997 and became a co-anchor of the Weekend Update desk in 2000. She left the show in 2006 to create 30 Rock but made several cameos during the 2008 election as former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
In fact, both ladies have made guest appearances and hosted SNL since their departures, and with their new movie, Sisters, coming up, it makes sense they would host the show together for the first time.
SNL also announced on Twitter that Ryan Gosling would be hosting the Dec. 5 episode, while Chris Hemsworth would be on for Dec. 12.
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