'Saturday Night Live' Season 43 With Chance the Rapper: Everything You Need to Know Before Show Airs

Chance the Rapper will host 'Saturday Night Live'
(l-r) Host Chance The Rapper with Beck Bennett during a promo in 30 Rockefeller Plaza Rosalind O'Connor/NBC

Even Chance the Rapper gets nervous before a big performance. No, seriously, he really does. The three-time Grammy winner (seven times nominated) suffers from shaky nerves from time to time, especially when he's gearing up for a major gig—like hosting Saturday Night Live for the first time ever.

He kinda-sorta admitted as much in an SNL clip released just ahead of Saturday's episode, which Chance is set to host.

The "No Problems" rapper has appeared on the sketch variety show before. He performed back in 2016. But his Saturday appearance marks the first time the rapper has served as the sketch show's host. And he apparently needs a little advice on how to prepare for it.

"Dude, how am I gonna be ready for Saturday?" a nervous-sounding Chance asked cast member Beck Bennett in the clip.

Bennett has the perfect remedy: Dance out the jitters. What ensues is a 30-second montage of Chance and Bennett engaging in a full-on dance-a-thon, which Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson, Heidi Gardner and Chris Redd eventually join.

If their shake-it-out session is any indication, fans should expect to see Chance in rare form when he hosts SNL on Saturday. Here's everything you need to know before the Coloring Book rapper makes his hosting debut.

Who's performing: It's been more than four years since Eminem hit the SNL stage, but he makes his grand return on Saturday. More than likely the 15-time Grammy winner will perform his latest single, "Walk on Water," which he released just a week ago.

Where: The show is set to air on NBC.

When: Chance and the SNL crew will kick off the laughter at its regular 11:30 p.m. time slot.

Can it be live streamed: If you don't have access to cable (or a TV), tune into SNL on any smart device via live stream on NBC's website or the network's app. Viewers that have access to Hulu can also check out the show live from there. Clips and highlights from the episode will also be uploaded on the SNL's YouTube channel shortly after it airs, and fans can keep up with the SNL banter by following the hashtag #SNL on Twitter.