Attention all-male nominees, Natalie Portman is coming back to live television.
Fresh off her sick burn at the Golden Globes, where she called out the "all-male nominees" in the Best Director category while presenting the award, Portman will make her second hosting appearance on Saturday Night Live. She'll deliver her monologue on Feb. 3.
Portman will be on hand to help promote her upcoming sci-fi film Annihilation, which follows a team of female scientists as they explore the mysterious wilderness known as Area X. The actress won an Academy Award for Black Swan in 2010, and is also known for roles in The Professional, Jackie, and as Padmé Amidala in the Star Wars franchise.
She last hosted in 2006 with musical guest Fall Out Boy, and performed a memorable profanity-filled rap.
Portman's musical guest this time will be British pop artist Dua Lipa, whose single "New Rules" is currently a Top 10 hit.
Saturday Night Live previously announced that Will Ferrell would return to the show to host the Jan. 27 show.