Katy Perry to Host 'Saturday Night Live' in December

Katy Perry performs at the 2011 American Music Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on November 20th, 2011.

Katy Perry will finish up her banner year with a trip to 30 Rock.

The pop star will host "Saturday Night Live" on Dec. 10, with Swedish singer Robyn serving as the show's musical guest.

It won't be her first time on "SNL": as a musical guest last fall, Perry showcased her comedy skills in a "Bronx Beat" sketch that satirized her controversial, cleavage-filled "Sesame Street" appearance earlier that year. She also bolstered her Hollywood bona fides recently as a guest star on CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" and as the voice of Smurfette in box office hit "The Smurfs."

The trip back to TV will follow what's been arguably Perry's biggest year in pop yet. On Sunday night, Perry took home a special achievement honor from the American Music Awards for landing five No. 1 singles from her album "Teenage Dream." She'll conclude her 100+ date "California Dreams" world tour with a free show at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Nov. 22.