Larry David will make his “Saturday Night Live” hosting debut on the Feb. 6 telecast of NBC’s iconic late-night franchise. David, the co-creator of the series “Seinfeld” and creator/star of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” was a “SNL” writer during the show’s 10th season.
Critically acclaimed group The 1975 will make their “SNL” musical debut on the Feb. 6 show. The British band will release their second album, “I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it,” on Feb. 26.
Returning for her fourth time as host on Feb. 13, Melissa McCarthy will star in the upcoming films “The Boss” in April and “Ghostbusters” this summer. She currently stars on “Mike & Molly,” now in its final season.
Kanye West will make his seventh appearance as musical guest. West has sold more than 32 million albums worldwide, has been nominated for 57 Grammy Awards, and has won 21 Grammys. His seventh solo album, “WAVES,” is set to be released Feb. 11.
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