Weezer, Pet Shop Boys Scheduled For Performances On “Late Late Show With James Corden”

James Corden | Sonja Flemming/CBS

Update: Pet Shop Boys member Neil Tennant came down with food poisoning this week, and the duo was forced to cancel its “The Late Late Show With James Corden” performance.

“Thanks to @JKCorden and his team for being so understanding. For the record, we were going to perform “Burn”… Neil x #PetText #LateLateShow,” noted the duo’s official Twitter account.

Two veteran music acts are headed to “The Late Late Show With James Corden.”

Per official CBS listings, Weezer will perform on the October 19 edition of the show. Other guests for that night’s broadcast include Tom Cruise and Anna Faris.

Pet Shop Boys will take the stage on October 20. The 10/20 “Corden” will also feature discussion guests Cher and Gal Gadot.

CBS’ official “Late Late” listings follow:

Monday, Oct. 10 Actress Renee Zellweger; actor Patrick Dempsey; talk show host Jimmy Kimmel; musical performance by CL (OAD 9/15/16)

Tuesday, Oct. 11 Actress Meg Ryan; actor Adam Scott; musical performance by Brian Fallon (OAD 9/12/16)

Wednesday, Oct. 12 Actor Donald Glover; NASCAR driver Jimmy Johnson; musical performance by Grouplove (OAD 9/13/16)

Thursday, Oct. 13 Actor John Krasinski; actor Adam Pally; Olympic gold medalist basketball player Jimmy Butler; performance by magicians Penn & Teller (OAD 8/24/16)

Friday, Oct. 14 Actor Zach Woods; actor Edgar Ramirez; Professor Robert Winston Science Demo (OAD 9/6/16)

Monday, Oct. 17 Actress Dakota Fanning; actor John Stamos; NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal (n)

Tuesday, Oct. 18 Actor Shia LaBeouf; actress Cobie Smulders; actress Rachel Bloom (n)

Wednesday, Oct. 19 Actor Tom Cruise; actress Anna Faris; musical performance by Weezer (n)

Thursday, Oct. 20 Singer Cher; actress Gal Gadot; musical performance by Pet Shop Boys (n)

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