Gosling, Gadot, Jay-Z Added to 'SNL' Star-Studded Lineup - NBC 7 San Diego

Gosling, Gadot, Jay-Z Added to 'SNL' Star-Studded Lineup

Gal Gadot will host the Oct. 7 episode of "Saturday Night Live" coming off the heels of the worldwide hit "Wonder Woman"

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    Ryan Gosling, Jay-Z and Gal Gadot will be among the stars appearing on the upcoming season of saturday Night Live which premiers Sept. 30.

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    Gal Gadot will host the Oct. 7 episode of "Saturday Night Live" coming off the heels of the worldwide hit "Wonder Woman," which grossed $400 million dollars at the domestic box office. Gadot will be joined by Grammy winner Sam Smith, who recently released his new song "Too Good at Goodbyes" earlier this month.

    It was earlier announced that Oscar-nominated actor Ryan Gosling will host the premiere of the upcoming 43rd season of "SNL" when it returns Sept. 30 with the help of hip-hop superstar, Jay Z, who will be the musical guest.  This will be Gosling's second time hosting "SNL." His new movie "Blade Runner 2049" opens on Oct. 6.

    The long running sketch comedy show also announced that Kumail Nanjiani will be joined by musical guest P!nk when he hosts for the first time on Oct. 14. Nanjiani stars in HBO's "Silicon Valley" and recently released the critically acclaimed film "The Big Sick."

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    This season will air live coast to coast.