The first three hosts of Saturday Night Live's upcoming season were announced Monday.

SNL alum Tina Fey will return to host the season premiere on Saturday, Sept. 28. This is Fey's first return as a guest host since 2011. She has guest hosted SNL three times since her exit in 2006 and won an Emmy in 2009 for her performance as Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

Alternative group Arcade Fire will be the musical guest for the premiere episode. The group's upcoming album, Reflektor, will be released on Oct. 29.

Pop star Miley Cyrus will host the next episode on Saturday, Oct. 5. The singer, who caused headlines after her controversial VMA performance in late August, is hosting the sketch-comedy series for the second time. Cyrus will be performing double duty on the Oct. 5 episode as both host and musical guest.

Cyrus also has a new studio album coming out called Bangerz, which will include her latest hit We Can't Stop. The album will be released on Oct. 4.

Bruce Willis will host the third episode of the season on Saturday, Oct. 12. This is only Willis' second time hosting after first hosting in 1989. He will be joined by pop star Katy Perry as the musical guest for the episode. Perry's next album, Prism, will be released on Oct. 21, featuring her no. 1 single, Roar.

Several cast members left SNL in May, including Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Jason Sudeikis. Five actors are rumored to be joining the cast this fall, but SNL has not confirmed the rumors.