Live from New York, it's Jimmy Fallon's triumphant return to Saturday Night Live. The Tonight Show host, who began his television career in 30 Rockefeller Plaza's Studio 8H, comes back to SNL as host of the April 15 episode.
Fallon's recurring SNL characters, from Boston teen Sully to Barry Gibb of the Barry Gibb Talk Show, are among the show's most memorable.
But in this 2017 opening monologue, Fallon evokes none of them (though sticking around to the end of the episode comes with a reward and a special guest star). Instead, he chooses an eerily accurate David Bowie impression in a cover of "Let's Dance," joined by musical guest Harry Styles and a huge crowd of dancers, in the halls of 30 Rock.
Watch video of Jimmy Fallon's SNL dance routine monologue when it becomes available.