Nas, Chloe Grace Moretz Confirmed for NBC’s “The Tonight Show”

Set to enter its third month of production, NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” will continue without hesitation.

The Peacock announced this week that interviewees Colin Firth and Chloe Grace Moretz and musical guests Nas and John Oates will appear on the April 7 edition of its flagship talk show.

That episode, the show’s thirty sixth, will kick off Fallon’s eighth week at the helm of “The Tonight Show.”

In addition to announcing the first guests for the week of April 7, NBC also filled in some gaps for this week’s broadcast. The full lineup for Thursday’s episode is Daniel Radcliffe, Cedric the Entertainer and musical guest Travie McCoy with The Roots. Friday’s will feature Bill O’Reilly in addition to the previously confirmed Anthony Mackie and Sky Ferreira.

NBC’s “The Tonight Show” listings follow:

Monday, March 31: Guests include Chris Evans and Ricky Jay. Show 0031

Tuesday, April 1: Guests include Samuel L. Jackson, Minnie Driver and musical guest Pitbull. Show 0032

Wednesday, April 2: Guests include Denis Leary, Cat Deeley and musical guest Nickel Creek. Show 0033

Thursday, April 3: Guests include Daniel Radcliffe, Cedric the Entertainer and musical guest Travie McCoy with The Roots. Show 0034

Friday, April 4: Guests include Bill O’Reilly, Anthony Mackie and musical guest Sky Ferreira. Show 0035

Monday, April 7: Guests include Colin Firth, Chloe Grace Moretz and musical guest Nas featuring Q-Tip. John Oates sits-in with The Roots. Show 0036

Written by Brian Cantor

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