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Who will be joining Seth Meyers during his first week as host of Late Night?
Days after NBC announced the lineup for the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the network on Wednesday unveiled the full guest rundown for premiere week of Late Night With Seth Meyers, which includes Vice President Joe Biden, Kanye West and Lena Dunham.
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Among the other guests will be Kelly Ripa, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Sophia Bush, John Mayer Trio, Brad Paisley and A Great Big World.
As previously announced, former SNL “Weekend Update” co-anchor Amy Poehler will appear on Meyers’ debut show. Fellow SNL alum Fred Armisen will serve as bandleader of the 8G Band on Late Night. (Prior to Late Night‘s Feb. 24 launch, Meyers will take a detour and appear on TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress.)
The complete lineup below.
Monday, Feb. 24: Guests Amy Poehler, Vice President Joe Biden and musical guest A Great Big World.
Tuesday, Feb. 25: Guests Kanye West and author Robyn Doolittle (Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story).
Wednesday, Feb. 26: Guests Kelly Ripa, Brad Paisley and musical guest Brad Paisley.
Thursday, Feb. 27: Guests Lena Dunham, Anthony Mackie and musical guest John Mayer Trio.
Friday, Feb. 28: Guests Ian McKellen & Patrick Stewart, Sophia Bush and comedian Michael Che.
Late Night With Seth Meyers debuts Feb. 24 in its 12:35 a.m. ET/PT time slot, following the Tonight Show. Late Night will tape in Studio 8G in Rockefeller Center.
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