Cardi B to Become First-Ever Co-Host on 'The Tonight Show' With Jimmy Fallon

Rapper Cardi B will be able to add talk show host to her résumé on Monday when she co-hosts The Tonight Show beside Jimmy Fallon. This will mark the first time in its nearly 64-year history that the program has had two people host at once.

"The delightfully charming chart-topper, who recently won best new artist and best new hip-hop artist at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, will join Fallon on stage throughout the program," NBC said in a Tuesday statement issued to Newsweek. "She will chat with Fallon and perform in support of her upcoming debut album, Invasion of Privacy, then stick around to interview the evening's other guests alongside Fallon."

This appearance will be the 25-year-old rapper's third visit to The Tonight Show. She last ventured to program's Studio 6B set in December as a guest. Cardi B hit the stage with fellow rapper G-Eazy to perform their song "No Limit" in September.

Guests for the Monday episode haven't been announced as of Tuesday, but Cardi B proved to be one of The Tonight Show's most memorable guests in her last appearance.

During her chat with Fallon, the "Be Careful" artist shared the origin of her rap name and how her fiancé—Migos' Offset—proposed to her. However, one of the interview's highlights was her reason to not give adult family members Christmas gifts.

"Because, you wanna know something, everybody that I know got kids and that's just a lot of kids," said the Grammy-nominated rapper. "And I got new God-kids out of nowhere. You know, once you start making money everybody want you to be their kids' godmother or something."

Fallon failed to keep his composure throughout the interview, and it's likely he'll laugh again when Cardi B returns to The Tonight Show Monday.

Cardi B is no stranger to history-making. The rapper's debut single, "Bodak Yellow," spent three weeks in the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. This was the first solo No. 1 by a female hip-hop artist since Lauryn Hill's "Doo-Wop (That Thing)" in 1998.

Cardi B made history once again by surpassing Beyoncé as the first female artist to have five singles in the top 10 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart simultaneously.