Taylor Swift will host Saturday Night Live on Nov. 7 - without Kanye West, but don't rule out any West impersonations.
"I've been thinking about skit ideas for a long time," Swift told the Associated Press. "There are definitely some hilarious things that have happened to me over the past couple of months that I think will be pretty substantial skits."
Last month, West swiped the mic away from Swift during her acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards, for which he later apologized.
But Swift is poised to be the center of attention on SNL, where she will pull double duty as the night's musical guest as well. She previously performed on the program in January.
"I love being around people who I feel have a different kind of creative genius," Swift said. "And the funny genius is definitely a fascinating one to be around."
The 19-year-old, who calls the hosting opportunity "mind-blowing," has one wish for the show: to appear in a digital short.
"Of course I've been such a fan for a long time, but I've gone back and re-watched everything over the past couple of months and digital shorts would be so much fun to do, because they've been done so well," she said. "Andy Samberg is hilarious."
In addition to SNL, Swift will perform on Dancing with the Stars on Oct. 27.