Feeling delirious? Want to go crazy? Hearing the doves cry? Purple-clad legend Prince will be the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live" on Nov. 1, with Chris Rock returning to the show to host after 18 years away.
Prince honored the news by tweeting a photo of Rock in full Prince garb from the 2013 comedy, "Grown Ups 2." (The musician uses the verified account of his band, 3rd Eye Girl.)
He also tweeted a photo of himself with his band.
It's not the first time the somewhat reclusive rocker has appeared on "SNL." On a 1981 episode hosted by "Dallas" star Charlene Tilton, he performed "Partyup," off his 1980 album "Dirty Mind."
That episode later became infamous when cast member Charles Rocket used the f-word live on air in the show's closing moments and was later fired for it. What went almost unnoticed was Prince using a version of the same word in "Partyup," but perhaps because he sang it quickly and a bit slurred, it never became an issue.
Rock also tweeted about his "SNL" return. He left the show's cast in 1993, but returned to host in 1996 with musical guest The Wallflowers.
While the Prince-Rock pairing is getting more social-media attention, it was also announced Wednesday that Jim Carrey and Iggy Azalea will headline the Oct. 25 "SNL."
Carrey stars in "Dumb and Dumber To," which comes out Nov. 14.
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