Fans would love to see MTV Movie Award nominee and "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson take a stab at hosting "Saturday Night Live." Well, maybe when "SNL" castmember Jason Sudeikis hosts the Movie Awards this Sunday, he can convince the British heartthrob to come on the show next season.
"I think anybody should host ['SNL'] if it's something they want to do. Just give it a shot!" Sudeikis told MTV News just steps away from the Gibson Amphitheatre, where the 2011 MTV Movie Awards will be taking place Sunday. "We're certainly a safe place, a safe haven."
Sudeikis even had some encouraging words for the potential host: "We got you, buddy. You'll be fine. Hold on to me tightly. We'll take you through the forest of 'SNL.' "
As far as he can remember, Sudeikis has yet to introduce himself to Pattinson. Though he might have met him already — unless that person was actually the star of "Dexter."
"I think I met him in the evening of the Emmys, but at the after-after-afterparty," he recalled. "So it may have been Michael C. Hall. They may have both been there. But no, it'll be nice to see him. He's never hosted 'SNL.' Him or Kristen [Stewart]. And Kristen I got to meet during the promos, but Robert I haven't met yet."
In that promo, Sudeikis gives Stewart a haircut, but we're not sure fans would be as comfortable watching the Movie Awards host chop off Pattinson's famous locks. The 20th annual MTV Movie Awards air live Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California.