Demi Lovato, Kristen Bell Confirmed for “The Tonight Show”

Update: Due to an illness, Demi Lovato apparently did not perform on Monday’s edition of “The Tonight Show.” While she was present on set to participate in the show, Bobby McFerrin ended up filling in as the lead musical guest.

Get ready to shine those “Neon Lights,” because Demi Lovato will be paying a visit to NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Lovato, who is in the midst of her “Neon Lights” tour, will perform on the March 10 edition of the iconic talk show. The episode will be the sixteenth led by new host Jimmy Fallon.

Interview guests for the evening will include Kristen Bell and Steve Harvey.

Lovato’s appearance comes less than a week after Lea Michele, with whom Lovato has appeared on “Glee,” takes the “Tonight” stage. A full listing for the next week of episodes follows:

Monday, March 3: Guests include Tina Fey, Randy Newman and musical guest Randy Newman. Show 0011

Tuesday, March 4: Guests include Chelsea Handler, Lea Michele and musical guest Lea Michele. Show 0012

Wednesday, March 5: Guests include Annette Bening, Norman Reedus and musical guest The Avett Brothers. Show 0013

Thursday, March 6: Guests include Lindsay Lohan, Billy Eichner and musical guests Bad Things. Show 0014

Friday, March 7: Guests include Stephen Colbert, Keri Russell and musical guest Broken Bells. Show 0015

Monday, March 10: Guests include Kristen Bell, Steve Harvey and musical guest Demi Lovato. Show 0016

Written by Brian Cantor

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