P!nk, Brad Paisley & Demi Lovato, Gregory Porter Performing On “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

Pink [Andrew McPherson | RCA Press Photo]

Update: ABC quietly changed its listings to confirm Gregory Porter, not Belly, as the 5/25 musical guest.

Thus far, ABC has announced three musical performances for this week’s string of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” episodes.

P!nk, whose “Alice Through The Looking Glass” single “Just Like Fire” currently holds at Top 10 position on the US iTunes sales chart, will play the Monday, May 23 episode. She will also appear for an interview on the episode.

Johnny Depp, who stars in the aforementioned “Alice,” will be the episode’s lead interview guest.

Brad Paisley and Demi Lovato will play their new “Without A Fight” on the May 24 episode. The performance footage will be taken place from Brad Paisley’s “Kimmel” mini-concert, which is scheduled for that afternoon.

Like P!nk, Paisley is also booked as an interview guest for his episode. The May 24 “Kimmel” will also feature Colin Farrell.

Belly will perform on a May 25 episode that also features Donald Trump. An additional interview guest may be announced soon.

As of press time, no musical guest is scheduled for the May 26 episode.

ABC’s official “Kimmel” listings follow:

Monday: Johnny Depp, Interview and Music from P!nk
Tuesday: Colin Farrell, Brad Paisley, Music from Brad Paisley ft. Demi Lovato
Wednesday: Donald Trump, Music from Belly
Thursday: Bernie Sanders, Kyle Chandler, Frank Falcinelli and Frank Castronovo
Friday (re-run): Dax Shepard, Katie Nolan, Music from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

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