It's been 35 years since Eddie Murphy hosted Saturday Night Live. The year he last appeared on the show was 1984, and when he returns to the stage alongside musical guest Lizzo, it will be everything.

In a dramatic promotional black and white video, you see Eddie slowly walking down the iconic NBC halls as Lizzo's "Cuz I Love You" blares in the background.

The Coming to America II star struts into Studio 8H as if he's never left and whips off his glasses as he stares confidently into the camera. The legend he has come home to where it all began.

Then, his funny personality shines through as he briefly wiggles his eyebrows and grins before the screen suddenly goes dark.

To pump people up for the comic's grand return, Saturday Night Live's official YouTube created a special playlist loaded with Eddie Murphy's iconic skits and appearances, like "Mister Robinson's Neighborhood." In all, the playlist contains nearly 100 throwback videos.

Eddie Murphy returns to SNL this Saturday night and we can't wait.

As we are Keeping Up with the Kardashians, we're learning that the sisters can get on each other's nerves from time to time. Like we talked about a couple of weeks ago, Kourtney Kardashian might be exiting the show. She has said publicly that she doesn't want to be filmed and photographed so much, and it's starting to wear on her. Well, here's what Kim had to say about that:

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@KimKardashian spilled tea all over my show today.

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The Kardashians just wrapped up their latest season and will return in the spring, and I think we'll see much less of Kourtney. We'll finish things with an amazing rendition of the classic song "Memory" from the upcoming film Cats. This version was done in one take on the set on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon with the acoustic-sounding instruments from The Roots. Jimmy starts it off and then you'll hear Taylor Swift, Jason Derulo, Francesca Hayward, James Corden and the monster voice of Jennifer Hudson towards the end. It's under two minutes and so worth the listen.

The movie Cats hits the big screen in theaters tomorrow and I can't wait to see it.😻

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