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Desus & Mero, Chloe Kim, Caleb McLaughlin Confirmed For “Fallon 5” Segments On NBC

NBC will be airing special “Fallon 5” segments during the final week of the Olympics.

Desus and Mero on Fallon 5 | Janice Yi/NBC

Full episodes of NBC’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” will not be returning until next week.

NBC will, however, air brief “Tonight Show” segments during the final few nights of the Winter Olympics.

Entitled “The Fallon 5,” the five-minute segments feature Jimmy Fallon alongside a special guest (or two).

The series kicked off Monday with an appearance by Paul Rudd. Additional episodes will air Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Per NBC, the Tuesday night edition features Jimmy Fallon alongside Desus & Mero.

Chloe Kim will join Fallon for the Wednesday “Fallon 5,” while Caleb McLaughlin will appear on the Thursday night edition.

A guest has not yet been announced for Friday’s segment.

Official “Tonight Show” listings, including lineups for next week’s first two original installments, follow:

Tuesday, February 20: Full telecasts pre-empted. A special 5 minute segment, “The Fallon 5,” featuring Desus and Mero to air following Olympic primetime programming.

Wednesday, February 21: Full telecasts pre-empted. A special 5 minute segment, “The Fallon 5,” featuring Chloe Kim to air following Olympic primetime programming.

Thursday, February 22: Full telecasts pre-empted. A special 5 minute segment, “The Fallon 5,” featuring Caleb McLaughlin to air following Olympic primetime programming.

Friday, February 23: Full telecasts pre-empted. A special 5 minute segment, “The Fallon 5,” to air following Olympic primetime programming.

Monday, February 26: Guests include John Lithgow, Kelly Clarkson and musical guest Kacey Musgraves. Show 821

Tuesday, February 27: Guests include Bruce Willis, Retta and musical guest Towkio. Show 822

Written by Brian Cantor

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