The singer will grace the Saturday Night Live stage for the first time.
It's been a good year so far for R&B sensation Miguel. The Grammy-winning crooner, who's hit single "Adorn" is still in heavy rotation on the radio, will grace the stage of Saturday Night Live for the first time, adding to a recent string of big names that have performed on the venerable sketch comedy show.
The episode, which airs April 13, will also feature the always-hilarious Vince Vaughn as host of the show.
"Excited to say #VinceVaughn is returning to host #SNL with first-time musical guest, @MiguelUnlimited on April 13th!!" read the NBC show's Twitter.
No word yet on what the 27-year-old singer has in store for the show, which averages right around 7 million viewers a week, but expectations are pretty lofty after his Grammy performance which had Kelly Clarkson longing to meet him and the Twitterverse talking.
You can also see Miguel, who is currently touring with Alicia Keys, at an arena near you. The tour is on the West Coast now and will be heading east through most major cities throughout March and April.
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