This week, SNL released their promo for the first episode of 2024 and it’s a Gen Z Hollywood takeover. The longstanding late-night sketch comedy show announced actor Jacob Elordi as the first host and singer-actress Reneé Rapp as the musical guest.
It’s one thing to add the Saltburn actor, but when they included the “Snow Angel” herself, well, that’s a recipe for some serious bi panic.
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Both creatives ignited the entertainment industry last year in a very queer way. While Elordi hasn’t confirmed a queer identity, he has played in some very queer and horny projects as of late.
There’s the Zendaya-led Euphoria on Max, where he plays the terrifying and potentially bi-curious Nate Jacobs. Then there’s steamy film Saltburn, whose press run only made audiences thirstier for Elordi and his co-star Barry Keoghan.
As for “bicon” Rapp, her music explores her sexuality as much as it highlights her immense vocal talent. Singing aside, she also starred in Mindy Kaling’s The Sex Lives of College Girls as lesbian Leighton and recently played an equal opportunity flirter version of Regina George in 2024’s Mean Girls.
INTO chatted with ‘Mean Girls’ stars Reneé Rapp, Angourie Rice, and Chris Briney about which North Shore High School faction they’d be a part of.
Now, these two powers are combining on SNL and the internet cannot handle it.
Everyone (especially bisexuals) should prepare themselves when Elordi and Rapp grace SNL‘s stage on Saturday.
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