Watch Selena Gomez Take Jabs From SNL Stars Ahead of Hosting Debut

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Selena Gomez is gearing up to host Saturday Night Live for the first time, and the performer took to the Studio 8H stage for a pair of funny new promos. Joined by musical guest Post Malone and cast members Bowen Yang and Aidy Bryant, Selena introduced the upcoming episode, as Aidy marveled at how the promo featured ‘two pop stars and two comedy actors!’

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