"Saturday Night Live" made a big announcement Tuesday: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will be live from New York Saturday, Nov. 7, to host the live sketch comedy show for the second time.

"SNL" revealed Trump, 69, would be hosting the show alongside musical guest Sia. According to SNL, the last time Trump hosted the show was April 3, 2004.

During the Oct. 3 season premiere of "Saturday Night Live," the show kicked off with Taran Killam imitating GOP front-runner Trump with his wife, Melania, played by Cecily Strong. The skit made fun of Trump's facial expressions and his thoughts on women and foreign policy.

Trump recently appeared on "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon" poking fun at himself during a segment where he talked to Fallon in a mirror. However, when interviewed, Trump didn't really answer serious questions about his policies.

Watch Trump's interview on "Fallon" below:

This won't be the first time a presidential candidate has appeared on "Saturday Night Live" this season. Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton made an appearance during a sketch in the Season 41 premiere episode. She played a bartender who was talking to Kate McKinnon, who was impersonating Hillary having a few drinks after a long day. Clinton went on to imitate Trump and even poked fun at herself.

Watch the full Hillary Clinton bar sketch below:

Tune in Nov. 7 to see if Trump will make fun of himself, do a skit alongside Killam or take even more shots at his fellow presidential candidates. Until then, "Saturday Night Live" will be brand new this Saturday when SNL alumnus Tracy Morgan returns to host and musician Demi Lovato performs.

"Saturday Night Live" airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. on NBC.