Tove Lo Scheduled to Perform on “Late Night with Seth Meyers”

Late Night - Tove Lo

Last summer, NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers” played host to Tove Lo’s US television debut.

This summer, Tove Lo returns to the show with two solo hits on her resume.

The Swedish singer-songwriter is tentatively slated to perform on the Wednesday, June 17 edition of “Late Night.” Mindy Kaling and Adam Scott are booked as interview guests.

Tove Lo’s “Late Night” return comes as “Talking Body” moves toward the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Her previous single “Habits (Stay High)” went as high as #3.

Other tentatively scheduled guests for the 6/15-6/18 string of “Late Night” episodes include Martha Stewart (6/15), Laura Prepon (6/15), Jamie XX (6/15), Amanda Seyfried (6/16), Judd Apatow (6/16), Katie Lee (6/16) and James Taylor (6/18). NBC will begin making those names official this week.

Names officially confirmed for the 6/8-6/11 set of episodes:

Monday, June 8: Guests Edie Falco, George Wallace and musical guest Fall Out Boy. Jon Theodore sits-in with The 8G Band. Show 0216.

Tuesday, June 9: Guests Jerry Seinfeld and David Remnick. Jon Theodore sits-in with The 8G Band. Show 0217.

Wednesday, June 10: Guest Hugh Dancy and musical guest Kacey Musgraves. Jon Theodore sits-in with The 8G Band. Show 0218.

Thursday, June 11: Guests Molly Shannon, T.I. and Matt Lucas. Jon Theodore sits-in with The 8G Band. Show 0219.

Written by Brian Cantor

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