Gwen Stefani to Perform on NBC’s 2/2 “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

As part of a press release confirming the involvement of Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart and Ariana Grande in the post-Super Bowl edition of its “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” NBC announced several names for the subsequent few episodes.

The announcement confirmed names like Michael Keaton, Gwen Stefani, Will Smith, Neil Young, Rosamund Pike, Vin Diesel and Jack White for the episodes, which are to be taped in Los Angeles.

NBC’s release did not, however, clarify the nature of each guest’s involvement. For names like Stefani, Young and White, it therefore produced ambiguity about whether they would be visiting as interview guests or musical guests.

The network has since removed the ambiguity.

Stefani (2/2) and Young (2/3), NBC confirms, will be appearing as both interview and musical guests. White, meanwhile, will provide music on the February 5 episode.

NBC’s latest “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Sunday, February 1: Guests include Will Ferrell & Kevin Hart and musical guest Ariana Grande with The Roots. Show 202

Monday, February 2: Guests include Michael Keaton, Gwen Stefani and musical guest Gwen Stefani. Show 203

Tuesday, February 3: Guests include Ellen DeGeneres, Neil Young and musical guest Neil Young. Doc Severinsen sits-in with The Roots. Show 204

Wednesday, February 4: Guests include Vin Diesel and Carl Reiner. Show 205

Thursday, February 5: Guests include Will Smith, Rosamund Pike and musical guest Jack White. Show 206

Written by Brian Cantor

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