With another election behind us, "Saturday Night Live" is as punchy and relevant as ever.
Aziz Ansari recently hosted the show on January 21 and delivered a knock-out, nine-minute monologue that took aim at president Donald Trump.
Next up? Kristen Stewart, who's taking the hosting helm on February 4.
Stewart's hosting gig was announced in an on-air promo this past Saturday.
This will be Stewart's first time hosting the show.
Given her history with Donald Trump, it would not be unlikely for Stewart to take him on in her monologue.
“He was mad at me a couple years ago!” Stewart revealed to Variety. “He was really obsessed with me, which was f--king crazy, like what? I can’t even understand it.”
When Stewart split with Robert Pattinson, Trump sent out a series of tweets that dragged the actress for her failed relationship.
Nearly five years later, Stewart is ready to battle Trump for the final word.
Variety noted that there are "a lot of other young women that look up to you now, and they’re scared now with our new president.”
“As they should be,” Stewart remarked. She added, "I’ve never been the most politically charged person, but at this point, it’s not political, it’s f--king so humanitarian.”
Musical guest Alessia Cara will join Stewart on stage.
The singer is known for her hit singles "Scars to Your Beautiful" and "Here."
For January 28, NBC will air a repeat of the November 19 episode hosted by Kristen Wiig.
Then the stage is all Stewart's.