Full line-up revealed ahead of the 40th birthday bash
Jasmine Cowler

12:05 14th February 2015

Arcade Fire, Keith Richards and Jack White have been added to the line up set to appear on the 40th anniversary episode of 'Saturday Night Live'.

Paul McCartney and Kanye West were already confirmed for the birthday extravaganza but the full list of artists was unveiled today ahead of tomorrow's (15 February) show. 

Set to celebrate four decades of entertainment, the show will also include performances from Paul McCartney, Miley Cyrus, 50 Cent, Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Backstreet Boys, Fiona Apple and Taylor Swift. 

Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell and Chris Rock will also make an appearance during the star-studded episode as well as actors Robert De Niro, Alec Baldwin, Jack Nicholson and Bill Murray among others.

Check out the full list of celebrites below.

50 Cent
Adam Sandler
Aidy Bryant
Al Franken
Alec Baldwin
Amy Poehler
Andy Samberg
Arcade Fire
Backstreet Boys
Beck Bennett
Betty White
Bill Hader
Bill Murray
Billy Crystal
Bobby Moynihan
Bradley Cooper
Candice Bergen
Catherine Zeta-Jones
Cecily Strong
Charlie Day
Cheri Oteri
Chevy Chase
Chris Kattan
Chris Parnell
Chris Rock
Christopher Walken
Colin Jost
Colin Quinn
Dakota Johnson
Dan Aykroyd
Dana Carvey
Darrell Hammond
David Spade
Deborah Harry
Derek Jeter
Eddie Murphy
Edward Norton
Ellen Cleghorne
Elliott Gould
Elvis Costello
Emma Stone
Fiona Apple
Fred Armisen
Garrett Morris
George Lucas
Gilbert Gottfried
Glenn Close
Horatio Sanz
J.K. Simmons
Jack Nicholson
Jack White
James Franco
Jane Curtin
Jason Sudeikis
Jay Pharaoh
Jerry Seinfeld
Jim Carrey
Jimmy Fallon
Joe Piscopo
John Goodman
Johnny Knoxville
Jon Bon Jovi
Jon Lovitz
Julia Sweeney
Justin Timberlake
Kanye West
Kate McKinnon
Keith Richards
Kenan Thompson
Kerry Washington
Kevin Nealon
Kristen Wiig
Kyle Mooney
Laraine Newman
Larry David
Leslie Jones
Louis C.K.
Martin Short
Maya Rudolph
Melissa McCarthy
Michael Che
Michael Douglas
Mike Myers
Miley Cyrus
Molly Shannon
Norm Macdonald
Paul McCartney
Paul Rudd
Paul Simon
Pete Davidson
Peyton Manning
Rachel Dratch
Rob Schneider
Robert De Niro
Rudy Giuliani
Sarah Palin
Sarah Silverman
Sasheer Zamata
Sean Hayes
Seth Meyers
Sigourney Weaver
Steve Martin
Steven Spielberg
Taran Killam
Taylor Swift
Tim Meadows
Tina Fey
Tom Hanks
Vanessa Bayer
Victoria Jackson
Will Ferrell
Will Forte
Zach Galifianakis

  • 10. Une annee sans lumiere - mellow and soft, 'Une annee sans lumiere' provides a nice rest from an otherwise emotionally draining yet highly compelling, classic record.

  • 9. Crown of Love - Arcade Fire's only explicit break-up song is one of the best break-up songs we've ever heard. Once again, make sure you're ready to get weep, sway and recover once you listen.

  • 8. Neighbourhood #4 (Kettles) - The most tender of the 'Neighbourhood' series that make up the centre-piece of the album, it may be the weakest of the four, but nonetheless an epic and arresting moment that most other bands would kill for.

  • 7. In The Backseat - Closing the album on a painfully sad tune, it comes as no surprise that an album named Funeral has explicit reference to death. However you might be feeling, if you put this track on, you're bound to start welling up.

  • 6. Haïti - Regine's tender song dedicated to her homecountry is destined to make you smile and hopefully urge you to become more aware of the goings on in countries such as Haiti. The band donate money from each ticket sold at their concerts to Haitian charities; we say you should donate a little more if you can. It truly is a great cause.

  • 5. Neighbourhood #2 (Laika) - More lo-fi and garage-sounding in terms of production, this is by far the most pertinent and aggressive sounding track on Funeral.

  • 4. Rebellion (Lies) - Sonically euphoric, 'Rebellion (Lies)' is the most danceable track on this record. Moreover, it will demand to be stuck in your head for weeks - let alone decade.

  • 3. Wake Up - A live favourite and often the last song of their set, 'Wake Up' is a song that you can chant at any time of day or night with an incredible message behind it, naturally. A bona fide alt-rock anthem.

  • 2. Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels) - Opening this seminal work, this track displays Arcade Fire's ability to develop a song gradually and in a bold fashion; with every second the passion intensifies on this song.

  • 1. Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) - Though the forward-thinking don't often make their music pure rock music it often is best when it becomes that. This is an example of Arcade Fire being, at heart, a rock n' roll band. Make no mistake about that.

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