Taking the helm of the long-running NBC sketch comedy show's latest installment, Katy Perry hosted last night's (December 10) episode of "Saturday Night Live".
The "One That Got Away" singer was decked out in a holiday-inspired ensemble opened up the show with a monologue in by introducing her neighbor (Kristen Wiig), as well as a kid she used to babysit (Andy Samberg) and a friend named Tom (Bill Hader) - with the trio portraying styles from a range of her past music videos.
Highlights of the latest "SNL" included a digital short which saw Perry team up with Samberg as best friends sharing innocent holiday cheer before meeting two not-so-pleasant characters (played by Matt Damon and Val Kilmer) - with the group them uniting into "four best friends".
The program also found Alec Baldwin poke fun at his headline making American Airlines incident while playing a character named Captain Steve Rogers during Weekend Update.
Asked by Seth Meyers to share his take on Baldwin being booted from the flight, Capt. Rogers told, “It was awful, Seth. Which is why it was important of me to come here and on behalf of everyone at American Airlines, issue an apology to Mr. Alec Baldwin! Mr. Baldwin is an American treasure, and I am ashamed at the he was treated! what harm would it do to let him keep playing his game, not any game have you! But a word game for smart people!”
Meanwhile, the night's musical guest was Robyn, who performed renditions of "Dancing On My Own" and "Call Your Girlfriend" during the course of the show.
Check out Katy's monologue in the player above, with the rest of the "Saturday Night Live" sketches and performances found below!