Sterling K. Brown To Host ‘Saturday Night Live’ For The First Time Ever
The ‘Black Panther’ and ‘This is Us’ star, Sterling K. Brown, announced on Twitter that he will be hosting Saturday Night Live on March 10.
Live from New York, it’s the history-making, box-office-breaking, world-shaking phenom — Sterling K. Brown!
Yes, if you thought things were going good for the Black Panther and This is Us star then know that that was only the tip of the iceberg. After setting records and breaking them, Sterling K. Brown announced via Twitter that he will be hosting Saturday Night Live on March 10, with James Bay as the evening’s musical guest.
“I’m hosting ‘Saturday Night Live,’” Brown said excitedly in his big reveal on Twitter. “Your boy is going to have the time of his life.”
This is truly a dream come true. I’ve watched @nbcsnl since I was a baby. To finally get to host is one of the more surreal moments of my life, but it’s gonna be awesome. #SKBSNL pic.twitter.com/uSPyxQQ3p2
— Sterling K Brown (@SterlingKBrown) February 20, 2018
This comes as no surprise as the celebrated actor has been making moves towards superstardom for a while now. Most actually found out right around the time of the Black Panther premiere, in which Brown stars as T’Chaka’s brother, N’Jobu. It is another batch of firsts for the man who became the first black man to with the Best Actor in a Drama TV series Golden Globe for This is Us and seemingly will be the first Wakandan to host Saturday Night Live.
Let’s be sure to support this brotha as he gets his funny on March 10 on SNL.