Aloe Blacc, Joel McHale Confirmed for “Late Show with David Letterman”

Stephen Colbert might be “The Man” replacing David Letterman as host of CBS’ “Late Show” next year, but the man who sings the top ten hit will be performing on an upcoming episode.

CBS announced that singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc will perform on the April 28 edition of “Late Show.” “Community” star Joel McHale was confirmed as one of the night’s interview guests.

Other celebrities appearing on upcoming “Late Show” episodes include Lucy Liu, Kiefer Sutherland and Louis CK.

CBS’ updated “Late Show” listings follow:

Tuesday, April 22 Stephen Colbert, future host of CBS’s LATE SHOW; morning news anchor Robin Roberts; musical guest Kelis; musician Sam Moore sits in with CBS Orchestra (n)

Wednesday, April 23 Actress Sally Field; actor Timothy Simons; musical guests Needtobreathe (n)

Thursday, April 24 Actor Neil Patrick Harris; actress Sarah Hyland; musical guest Ray LaMontagne (n)

Friday, April 25 Piedmont Bird Callers; actor Michael J. Fox from the CBS drama series “The Good Wife”; musical guests Naughty Boy (n)

Monday, April 28 Actor Joel McHale; musical guest Aloe Blacc (n)

Tuesday, April 29 Actress Lucy Liu from the CBS drama series “Elementary”; musical guest Ziggy Marley (n)

Wednesday, April 30 Actor Kiefer Sutherland; author Adam Resnick; musical guest Benjamin Booker (n)

Thursday, May 1 Comedian Louis C.K.; a performance from the Broadway musical “Rocky” (n)

Friday, May 2 Comedian Don Rickles; comedian Carmen Lynch; musical guests The Ghoset of a Saber Tooth Tiger (n)

Written by Brian Cantor

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