Ariana Grande will be pulling double-duty when she hits SNL in March, the singer will host and perform when the series returns this spring.

Also returning to the stage will be Jonah Hill, who will be playing host on “Saturday Night Live” for his fourth time on March 5. Hill is set to star in Todd Phillips’ upcoming film “War Dogs,” which is due out in August. Joining hill on the same night will be hip-hop recording artist Future, who is making his “SNL” musical guest debut. The Atlanta rapper had three albums debuting at #1 in the last seven months, including “DS2,” “What a Time to Be Alive” with Drake, and “EVOL.”

On Mar. 12, Ariana Grande will return to “SNL,” but this as we mentioned earlier she will be playing the role of both host and musical guest. She will debut music from her highly-anticipated upcoming album. Grande’s second studio album, “My Everything,” went platinum.

“Saturday Night Live” is produced in association with Broadway Video. The creator and executive producer is Lorne Michaels.