John McCain will be “live from New York” once again this Saturday.
The Republican presidential candidate is set to make a cameo appearance on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” according to aides traveling with McCain in the Pacific Northwest.
No details were revealed about McCain’s sketch in this week’s episode, which will be hosted by comedian Steve Carell with musical guest Usher.
McCain previously hosted “SNL” in 2002, making him the first sitting senator ever to host the show.
The show also did a skit in March lampooning the 71-year-old politician, played by series regular Darrell Hammond, for being “crazy old.”
Democratic presidential contenders Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton have both appeared on “SNL” in recent months.