The New York-based “Good Morning America” is about to play host to a rendition of “New York Raining.”
ABC confirms that Charles Hamilton and Rita Ora will perform their rap-sung collaboration on Monday’s “GMA.” The performance, which comes on the heels of the song’s music video release, represents a third form of valuable television exposure.
Last month, the duo performed the song on NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” Ora, Hamilton and “Raining” were also featured in the season finale of FOX’s “Empire.”
Monday’s “GMA” will also feature appearances by John Travolta, Hayden Panettiere and John Ridley.
The following day’s episode will feature a performance by Tim McGraw. Airing on April 21, that episode comes two days after the ACM Awards ceremony, which will apparently not feature a performance by the country superstar.
Other upcoming musical guests include the “Finding Neverland” Broadway cast (4/23) and MAGIC! (4/24). Other upcoming interview guests include Blake Lively, Zendaya and the cast of “The Avengers.”
ABC’s official listings follow:
MONDAY, APRIL 20 – Actor John Travolta; actress Hayden Panettiere (“Nashville”); a performance by singer-songwriter Rita Ora and hip-hop recording artist Charles Hamilton; director and novelist John Ridley (“American Crime”)
TUESDAY, APRIL 21 – Actress Blake Lively (“The Age of Adaline”); a performance by country superstar Tim McGraw; Australian chef Dan Churchill with recipes from his new cookbook Dudefood; the couple voted off last night’s “Dancing with the Stars”
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22 – Actress and singer Zendaya; actress KaDee Strickland (ABC’s “Secrets and Lies”); actor and musician Michiel Huisman (“The Age of Adaline”)
THURSDAY, APRIL 23 – Actor Guillermo Diaz (“Scandal”); contributor Cameron Mathison takes viewers to the set of “Avengers: Age of Ultron;” a performance by the cast of Broadway’s “Finding Neverland;” “Deals and Steals” with contributor Tory Johnson
FRIDAY, APRIL 24 – The cast of “Avengers: Age of Ultron” live in Times Square; GMA’s “Shark Tank” Friday with Kevin O’Leary; a performance by the band Magic