The premiere of “Saturday Night Live” Season 43 delivered a night of laughter, and episode 2 host Gal Gadot promises to continue to bring the funny during her appearance on the popular NBC sketch comedy series.

Known for her breakout role in the No. 1 film of the summer, “Wonder Woman,” Gadot will host the second episode of the series on Saturday, Oct. 7, and will be joined by musical guest Sam Smith, who has performed on the show before.

Gadot’s hosting gig comes a little over a month ahead of her upcoming film “Justice League” in which she will reprise her role as Wonder Woman. The movie is scheduled to be released on Nov. 17.

Although she is not a superhero like her famed character Wonder Woman, Gadot previously revealed she has a lot of admiration for the character she plays and hinted that she was destined to land the role. “Somehow, I think that I always wished to play Wonder Woman without even knowing it myself,” she told Refinery29.

“Eight years ago when I became an actress I used to travel to Los Angeles and take general meetings with different producers, writers, and directors, and they kept on asking me the same question over and over again, ‘What’s your dream role?’ I kept on saying, ‘I’m open to all genres as long as the story is interesting enough, but if you really ask me, what would I like to do is to show the stronger side of women, because I feel that there’s not enough stories being told about strong women, independent women.’ Little did I know that five years later I would land this part.”

Gadot’s seemed to show her love for the character in the “Saturday Night Live” Season 43, episode 2 promo. In the video, the actress makes a grand entrance onto the “SNL” set by bursting through a wall and scaring the cast members rehearsing for the upcoming episode, showing she is just as strong as Wonder Woman.

Meanwhile, the star’s musical guest has a few strong points of his own in the music industry, Smith who dropped his single “Too Good at Goodbyes” on Sept. 8, is preparing to release his second studio album, “The Thrill of it All.”

The first single off the album was an instant hit which Smith later confessed was created during a “delusional moment” following a break up. “I put an armor up after that happened because it was the first time I had been in that situation with someone romantically,” he told Billboard.

“I felt a little bit more prepared for the heartbreak and that period when something awful happens,” he explained.

Although Smith has had his heart broken, “SNL” is known for turning situations that may seem sad or may have had mixed opinions into laughter. The series has continued to make fun of President Donald Trump following the 2016 election, which left the country divided. While some took his victory hard and others rejoiced over, the series simply created comedy.

While it isn’t likely that “SNL” will force Smith to relive his heartbreak, with the help of Gadot and the rest of the cast members, it is sure to be a memorable night of laughter.

“Saturday Night Live” Season 43 airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. EDT on NBC.