Talk-Show Guests Announced for "Jay Leno" and "Jimmy Fallon" Through Jan. 31
23 Jan 2014
Guests have been announced for NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" through Jan. 31.
Guests for "Jay Leno," which airs at 11:35 PM ET, follow:
Thursday, Jan. 23 - Guests include Matt LeBlanc, Speaker John Boehner with musical guest Dorian Holley Friday, Jan. 24 - Guests include Terry Bradshaw, Heidi Klum with musical guest Darius Rucker Monday, Jan. 27 - Guests include Dana Carvey, Earvin "Magic" Johnson with musical guest A Great Big World Tuesday, Jan. 28 - Guests include Wanda Sykes, Thomas Haden Church with musical guest Dwight Yoakam Wednesday, Jan. 29 - Guests include Bill Maher, Whitney Cummings with musical guest Jennifer Nettles Thursday, Jan. 30 - Guests include Miley Cyrus, Howie Mandel with musical guest Sarah McLachlan Friday, Jan. 31 - Guests include Tim Allen with musical guest Sara Bareilles
Guests for "Jimmy Fallon," which airs at 12:35 AM ET, follow:
Thursday, Jan. 23: Guests include Jonah Hill, Dick Cavett and Chef Wylie Dufresne Friday, Jan. 24: Guests include Mitt Romney, James Purefoy and musical guest SchoolBoy Q with The Roots. Mark Rivera sits-in with The Roots. Monday, Jan. 27: Guests include Johnny Knoxville, Barry Gibb and musical guest Barry Gibb and The Roots Tuesday, Jan. 28: Guests include Seth Meyers, Joe Buck and musical guest Liv Warfield Wednesday, Jan. 29: Guests include Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller and Ronan Farrow Thursday, Jan. 30: Guests include Melissa McCarthy and musical guest David Crosby Friday, Jan. 31: Guests include David Beckham
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