Lea Michele, Chromeo Set for “Late Show with David Letterman”

The promotional tour for Lea Michele’s new animated film “Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return” includes a stop at CBS’ “Late Show with David Letterman.”

CBS announced this week that the “Glee” star will appear as the “A” interview guest on the Friday, May 16 edition of the show. The visit, which will come a week after “Dorothy’s Return” hits US theaters, is also timed in coordination with the release of Michele’s book “Brunette Ambition.”

Comedian Andy Kindler and musical guest Chromeo are also confirmed for the show.

CBS’ updated listings for “Late Show with David Letterman” follow:

Wednesday, May 7 Singer Mariah Carey; reality television star Rick Harrison (n)

Thursday, May 8 Actor James Franco; singer Idina Menzel; a performance from the Broadway musical “If/Then” (n)

Friday, May 9 Actor Nathan Fillion; comedian Tom Dreesen; musical guest Hunter Hayes (n)

Monday, May 12 Actor Harry Connick Jr.; actor Jesse Eisenberg (n)

Tuesday, May 13 Actor Jim Parsons from the CBS comedy series “The Big Bang Theory”; Julie Chen, co-host of the CBS daytime talk show “The Talk”; musical guests Hozier (n)

Wednesday, May 14 Talk show host Barbara Walters; actress Elle Fanning; musical guest Randy Houser (n)

Thursday, May 15 Actor Adam Sandler (n)

Friday, May 16 Actress Lea Michele; comedian Andy Kindler; musical guest Chromeo (n)

Monday, May 19 Animal expert Jack Hanna; musical guests Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks (n)

Written by Brian Cantor

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