Hours earlier than Paul Rudd was set to host SNL, it was introduced that "out of an abundance of warning, there shall be no reside viewers."

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The present should go on...however with some adjustments.

Hours earlier than airing a brand new episode, Saturday Night Live introduced that its last present of the yr would look just a little totally different than earlier ones as a consequence of coronavirus issues. 

"As a result of latest spike within the Omicron variant and out of an abundance of warning, there shall be no reside viewers for tonight's taping of 'Saturday Night time Stay and the present can have restricted forged and crew," a statement read on Twitter and Instagram on Dec. 18. "The present continues to observe authorities security tips along with a rigorous testing protocol."

Shortly after the long-running NBC sketch comedy collection shared the replace, musical guest Charli XCX introduced that she was not performing.

"As a result of restricted crew at tonight's at tonights taping of snl my musical performances will not be capable of go forward," she revealed on social media. "i'm devastated and heartbroken."

The 29-year-old singer, who first carried out on SNL in 2014, mentioned that she and her workforce "labored so arduous" to "deliver probably the most superb musical efficiency to life."

"It could possibly't occur this time however I will be again!" she continued, including, "I'm presently protected and wholesome however after all very unhappy."

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Paul Rudd is scheduled to host the ultimate Saturday Night time Stay episode, which marks the fifth time he is hosted. It is unclear if there have been any adjustments relating to his internet hosting duties or different forged members' appearances forward of Saturday's present.

(E! and NBC are each a part of the NBCUniversal household).

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