Big Sean, Kenny Chesney to Perform on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

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NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” is currently enjoying a week-long hiatus.

When it returns to the airwaves next week, it will welcome an array of interesting interview and musical guests.

The interview side of the lineup includes names like LL Cool J (4/20), Blake Lively (4/21), Russell Crowe (4/22) and Chris Christie (4/22).

Musically, NBC’s “Tonight Show” will play host to performances from big name acts like Big Sean (4/20) and Kenny Chesney (4/22). LunchMoney Lewis, for whom “Bills” is serving as a breakthrough, is slated for the April 23 installment.

Presently without a traditional musical guest, the April 21 lineup does feature a musician. “Weird Al” Yankovic will sit in with The Roots during that night’s broadcast.

The latest “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Monday, April 20: Guests include LL Cool J, Rose Byrne and musical guest Big Sean. Show 245

Tuesday, April 21: Guests include Blake Lively, Brian Grazer and Nate Bargatze. Weird Al Yankovic sits-in with The Roots. Show 246

Wednesday, April 22: Guests include Russell Crowe, Governor Chris Christie and musical guest Kenny Chesney. Show 247

**Tentative listings for Thursday, April 23: Guests include Chris Evans, Monty Python and musical guest LunchMoney Lewis with The Roots

**Tentative listings for Friday, April 24: Guests include Chris Pratt and Elizabeth Olsen

Written by Brian Cantor

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