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Echosmith, Paul Rudd Set for “The Tonight Show,” Cara Delevingne No Longer Listed

Echosmith [WBR]

Update 2: In addition to the press listing, Cara Delevingne has been removed from NBC’s official website.  At this point, it therefore appears she is no longer scheduled for Monday’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Headline Planet can, however, confirm she is scheduled for the 7/20 “Late Night with Seth Meyers.”

Paul Cara Echosmith TonightUpdate: While Cara Delevingne appeared in the original listings for Monday’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and is still listed on the official website (see left), her name is absent from a recent press note for that episode

Only fellow guests Paul Rudd and Echosmith are listed.

Since the official website is still advertising Delevingne’s appearance, it is possible the press note was issued in error. Headline Planet will provide updates as they become available.
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Two acts who have appeared on stage during Taylor Swift’s “1989 World Tour” will guest on the next original episode of “The Tonight Show Jimmy Fallon.”

Actress-model Cara Delevingne and band Echosmith, those acts, are slated to visit NBC’s flagship talk show on July 13.

Actor Paul Rudd will also visit Studio 6B on July 13.

Rudd and Delevingne are booked as interview guests (in support of “Ant-Man” and “Paper Towns,” respectively); Echosmith will, naturally, appear as the night’s musical act.

Other upcoming “Tonight Show” guests include LeBron James (7/14), OMI (7/14), Amy Schumer (7/15), Bill Hader (7/16) and Ryan Seacrest (7/17).

The aforementioned July 13 episode will be the first “Fallon” original since June 25.

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