'SNL' alumna Kristen Wiig set as show's Nov. 19 guest host


She previously hosted an episode in 2013 following her departure from the show in 2012.

The "SNL" alumna (from 2005 to 2012) is encoring as host on the November 19 edition, according to NBC.

Kristen Wiig returns to "Saturday Night Live" on November 19 for her second time as host. Her characters included the aforementioned Target Lady, a weird Target Cashier; Penelope, a woman with a hair-touching tic who has to one-up everyone she meets; and Gilly, a horrendously annoying child with a awful catchphrase ("Sorry!").

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Her musical guest will be The xx. Their highly anticipated third album, "I See You", will be released on January 13.

Season forty two of "SNL" continues with this weekend's Dave Chappelle-A Tribe Called Quest broadcast.

Wiig first appeared on Saturday Night Live in 2005 and was made a regular cast member the next year.