Fallon begins fall season Sept. 8 with all-star lineup of guests
Late-night leader "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" is kicking off the fall season with a Sept. 8-11 lineup chock full of musical superstars as well as a certain presidential candidate making a few headlines these days.
Donald Trump, who is currently leading the Republican field in the presidential race, will sit down with Fallon and discuss his campaign and other issues of the day on Friday, Sept. 11.
Frequent Fallon collaborator Justin Timberlake makes a highly anticipated return to the show on Wednesday, Sept 9, his first visit to Fallon's "Tonight Show" since premiere week. On the same evening, Ellen DeGeneres and musical guest Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are scheduled to appear and the show will simultaneously be displayed at 11:35 p.m. ET on a huge digital billboard in the heart of Times Square (Broadway between 45th and 46th streets) in midtown Manhattan.
Grammy Award winners and multiplatinum recording artists Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood and Pharrell Williams will perform during the all-star week. Fans also will be treated to a special never-before-seen performance from Williams on Friday's broadcast.
Here is the full lineup of guests for the week of Sept. 8-11:
Tuesday, Sept. 8
Wednesday, Sept. 9
Thursday, Sept. 10
Friday, Sept. 11