Update 2: Bon Jovi will be performing one of its “all-time greatest hits” on the January 17 “Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”
Update: An earlier version of this story said that Jon Bon Jovi would be appearing for an interview on the January 16 “Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” while the entire Bon Jovi band would perform on the January 17 episode.
It turns out that CBS is specifically listing Jon for the performance as well.
It is unclear whether the January 17 listing is a typo — or if Jon is indeed set for a solo performance.
CBS just shared listings for the January 15-19 string of “Late Show With Stephen Colbert” episodes.
Three will feature musical performances.
Fresh off releasing its new, socially conscious “Street Livin,” the Black Eyed Peas will perform on the January 15 “Late Show.” The performance will follow host Stephen Colbert’s interviews with John Lithgow and Chuck Schumer.
Jon Bon Jovi is listed as an interview guest for the January 16 “Late Show.” One night later, he will take the stage for a musical performance. Ricky Gervais and Matt Czuchry are set as an interview guests for the January 17 “Late Show.”
To celebrate the following day’s album release, Fall Out Boy will play the January 18 broadcast. Sharon Stone and Rob Riggle are scheduled for an interview.
Official listings follow (n = new episode, OAD = original airdate for re-run):
Wednesday, Jan. 10
Sarah Jessica Parker; Pete Holmes; musical performance by Jack Black (n)
Thursday, Jan. 11
Molly Shannon; Thomas Lennon; stand-up comedy performance by Owen Smith (n)
Friday, Jan. 12
Laurie Metcalf (n)
Monday, Jan. 15
John Lithgow; Senator Chuck Schumer; musical performance by Black Eyed Peas (n)
Tuesday, Jan. 16
Jon Bon Jovi; Daniel Kaluuya; Ben Sinclair (n)
Wednesday, Jan. 17
Ricky Gervais; Matt Czuchry; musical performance by Jon Bon Jovi (n)
Thursday, Jan. 18
Sharon Stone; Rob Riggle; musical performance by Fall Out Boy (n)
Friday, Jan. 19
J.K. Simmons (n)