Chance the Rapper always gives fans a lot to be thankful for. From absolutely nailing his Saturday Night Live hosting duties to appearing in some of the most hilarious skits the episode had to offer, Chance's edition of SNL was definitely one for the books.
During Saturday night's episode (Nov. 18), the Chicago rapper declared himself as the "Mariah Carey of Thanksgiving," debuting a new song during his opening monologue.
Following a slew of skits, including one where Chance plays homage to Barack Obama, it was time for Eminem's highly anticipated musical performance.
While many were anticipating the legendary rapper to announce the release date of his forthcoming Revival album, or even surprise fans with an unexpected release, Em instead ran through his new collaboration with Beyoncé before going into a medley of some of his classics alongside Skylar Grey.
Needless to say, from Em's performance to Chance as host and everything in between, fans had a lot to say about last night's episode.
Take a look to see how Chance the Rapper and Eminem's SNL takeover went over with those tuning in at home in the tweets below.
"Every night I turn on the TV and cry. So come back Barack" #ChanceOnSNL— Chance The Rapper (@ChanceFrom79th) November 19, 2017
this is the blackest snl episode i’ve ever seen #ChanceOnSNL— manic thickie dream girl (@fayethejpg) November 19, 2017
All of us waking up and seeing Chance the Rapper sing Come Back Barack pic.twitter.com/LMPI4Cuvig— RespectMyGame 💅🏽 (@battletested5) November 19, 2017
Eminem’s facial hair looks like pic.twitter.com/ASB518Sz6D— ☕netw3rk (@netw3rk) November 19, 2017
All the mumble rap fans are so confused after listening to #eminem perform because they actually could understand everything he said— nK (@PaleRid3r) November 19, 2017
Eminem performing Stan on SNL got me like pic.twitter.com/ZOrKDPTXjh— Sam (@thisisreallysam) November 19, 2017
Eminem is a genius. That is all. #SNL— Seth Davis (@SethDavisHoops) November 19, 2017
Eminem is killin it on SNL right now. #WalkOnWater— DOLLY THOMAS (@DOLLYTHOMAS) November 19, 2017
watching Eminem perform old songs instead of debuting a new one on SNL pic.twitter.com/9CZUZNvZRX— Shady Times (@SlimShadyTime21) November 19, 2017