Selena Gomez hosted "Saturday Night Live" for the first time, and it's safe to say that she simply rocked it. 

The 29-year-old singer hosted the late-night comedy sketch series over the weekend and gave a monologue poking fun at the many celebrities who found love while hosting the show, according to People.

"One reason I've been very happy to host is because I'm single. And I've heard SNL is a great place to find romance.," Gomez said.

"Emma Stone met her husband here. Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost and Pete and … Machine Gun Kelly."

The "Who Says" singer then shared that she has no interest in dating apps, adding, "I just want to put it out into the universe that I'm manifesting love. I would like to say that I'm looking for my soulmate, but at this point, I will take anyone."

Selena Gomez US singer and actress Selena Gomez poses as she arrives for the screening of the film "The Dead Don't Die" during the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, on May 14, 2019. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP) (Photo credit should read CHRISTOPHE SIMON/AFP via Getty Images) Photo: Photo credit should read CHRISTOPHE SIMON/AFP via Getty Images

Almost immediately, SNL cast members Kyle Mooney, James Austin Johnson, and Punkie Johnson appeared on stage, hoping for a shot at love with Gomez, and she turned down Mooney and Austin Johnson. But, when Punkie Johnson stepped in to save her from these "men harassing" her, Gomez teased, "Honestly it's a vibe, but let's see how the after-party goes," per USA Today.

During her monologue, the singer also admitted to asking her longtime friend Miley Cyrus for advice on hosting the show, revealing that she was "a little nervous" but was thinking back to the "words of wisdom" one of her co-stars would tell her before every show.

"I love you, you love me, we're a happy family," she said before breaking into the famous "Barney" song, from the kids' show with the same name. Gomez started her career with the show.

On the work front, Gomez is currently starring alongside "SNL" legends Steve Martin and Martin Short in the Hulu series "Only Murders In The Building." The show's second season premieres on June 28.

Meanwhile, Natasha Lyonne will next host SNL's season finale on May 21 with musical guest Japanese Breakfast.