Rudolph will be back to host Saturday Night Live's only show in March, joined by musical guest Jack Harlow on March 27. Despite Rudolph's many cameos since leaving SNL in 2007 -- including appearing this and last season as Kamala Harris -- this will be only her second time hosting after helming a 2012 episode. Rudolph earned an Emmy last fall for playing the now-vice president. This will be SNL's third lengthy break of at least four weeks or more in Season 46. Before this season, SNL had never done five shows in a row. But because of the presidential election schedule, Lorne Michaels & Co. kicked off the season with an unprecedented six-straight shows, going on a four-week break after Joe Biden was officially declared president-elect. SNL returned in January after the holiday break for five-straight episodes that culminated with Nick Jonas hosting and serving as musical guest on Saturday. So SNL is recovering from five-straight shows with another four-week break.