With the recent announcement that 18-year-old Justin Bieber will be doubling as host and musical guest on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, it got us thinking about all the other "musical hosts" in "SNL" history.
Acting and singing on live television is no easy feat, but these 11 entertainers all did a pretty outstanding job. Justin Timberlake, in particular, who has acted as host and musical guest a record-breaking three times, could definitely teach the Biebz a thing or two.
See some of our favorite musical hosts in action below and tell us your favorite in the comments.
At 18, Britney was the youngest person in "SNL" history to simultaneously be host and musical guest.
Jackson hosted the show April 10, 2004. Just after her nip slip at the Super Bowl!
Jon Bon Jovi
Jon Bon Jovi appeared in this classic sketch with Amy Poehler on October 13, 2007.
Until Justin Bieber, he is the most recent person to simultaneously host and perform.
Mick Jagger hosted and performed for the last show of the 37th season.
Garth Brooks pulled double "SNL" duty in 1998 and 1999. He is one of only four performers to simultaneously act as host and musical guest more than once.
Lopez also hosted multiple times and is the first Latina celebrity to host and be musical guest more than once.
Timberlake is credited as the first person in "SNL" history to simultaneously host and perform three times.
Rapper and actor Ludacris hosted and performed on November 18, 2006.
Swift hosted and performed in 2009 when she was 19, making her the second-youngest performer to do so at the time.
Elton John first hosted in 1982 and didn't host again until 2011. Making his 29 year gap between performances the longest in "Saturday Night Live" history.
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