Live from New York, it's the first-ever automotive CEO to host "Saturday Night Live."
And some in the cast of the long-running sketch comedy show apparently aren't happy about it.
In a rare break from the usual cavalcade of Hollywood celebrities who have delivered monologues on the stage of Rockefeller Center's Studio 8H, Tesla CEO Elon Musk accepted an invitation to host the May 8 show. Miley Cyrus is the scheduled musical guest.
"Let's find out just how live Saturday Night Live really is," Musk tweeted. He ended his post with a smiling emoji with devil horns, perhaps suggesting an intention to veer off script during the 90-minute show and test the NBC censors.
"What the f--- does this even mean?" responded cast member Bowen Yang, who also posted a frowning face when the choice of Musk as host was confirmed.