Jimmy Fallon Adds Justin Timberlake, Lady GaGa, Michelle Obama to His 'Tonight Show' Guest List
Jimmy Fallon has booked more celebrity guests for his first week as the host of "Tonight Show". After tapping Will Smith and U2, he now rounds up the guest list with the addition of Justin Timberlake, Lady GaGa, Michelle Obama, Jerry Seinfeld, Bradley Cooper and Kristen Wiig.
As announced before, Smith will appear on the first "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" episode on February 17 with the Bono-fronted band as the musical guest. Seinfeld and Wiig will stop by the talk show on Tuesday with GaGa as the musical guest.
"American Hustle" star Cooper will have a sitdown and Tim McGraw will perform on Wednesday, while First Lady Michelle Obama and Will Ferrell will make a visit on the revamped talk show on Thursday. Fallon's frequent "Late Night" guest Timberlake will close out the week with his appearance on Friday.
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" premieres on NBC following the Sochi Olympics at midnight before airing on its regular 11:35 P.M. ET/PT time slot starting Friday, February 21. NBC has released new promos for the talk show, including the one which mentions the first guests, Will Smith and U2.
"The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon" Promo - Jimmy's First Guests:
"The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon" Promo - Jimmy's Figure Skating Gold:
"The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon" Promo - Jimmy's Olympic Thank You Note:
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