Nick Jonas is returning to Saturday Night Live!
On Saturday (Feb. 20), the long-running NBC sketch comedy show announced that the 28-year-old star will be pulling double-duty as SNL’s host and musical guest on Feb. 27.
“A dream come true,” Jonas tweeted alongside the announcement. “Let’s get it @nbcsnl!! See you February 27th!”
The singer also announced Saturday that his new single, “Spaceman,” will premiere on Feb. 25. Jonas teased the forthcoming song on social media, alongside a rugged photo of himself standing on rocky terrain. “The countdown begins now…,” he captioned the post.
Jonas last graced SNL’s Studio 8H as musical guest in 2016, with Julia Louis-Dreyfus serving as the host. At the time, he was promoting his third album, Last Year Was Complicated. Since then, he reunited with the Jonas Brothers for the sibling trio’s 2019 album, Happiness Begins.
Jonas’ upcoming SNL appearance marks his first time hosting the show.
Jonas’ upcoming SNL appearance arrives before the March 1 season premiere of NBC’s The Voice, where he’ll return as a coach alongside Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton. Jonas first joined the singing competition series in season 18, but was replaced by Gwen Stefani for the following season.
“Warriors never sleep. I’m back and ready to win this thing,” Jonas tweeted last fall about his return. “See you next season on @nbcthevoice!! PS – Hope you’ve been training @blakeshelton @kellyclarkson @johnlegend…. #TheVoice.”
See Jonas’ tweet about his upcoming Saturday Night Live’s appearance below.