Jack Harlow Takes Over ‘SNL’ As Host and Performer, Delivers “Lil Secret/First Class” Mashup

Also appearing in a series of skits riffing on his Southern background.

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On Saturday evening, October 29, Jack Harlow headed to Saturday Night Live to serve double-duty as both host and guest performer.

The Louisville rapper appeared in the majority of the show’s sketches, which is unusual for hosts nowadays. Sketches largely centered on stereotypes of Southerners and Southern culture.

In one bit, Harlow plays a groom at a Halloween-themed wedding, alongside Andrew Dismukes as “the Joe-ker.” Guests vote on whether the Joe-ker gets to stay, with Survivor host Jeff Probst moderating.

To close off the night, Harlow fulfilled the performer portion of his duties with a mashup of his songs “Lil Secret” and “First Class,” the latter of which is one of his most popular singles to date.

Watch Jack Harlow’s Saturday Night Live performance.

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