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Lil Yachty No Longer Listed For August 3 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

NBC instead confirms Action Bronson for Thursday’s episode.

Simpsons Rap on The Tonight Show | Andrew Lipovsky/NBC

Update: Lil Yachty is no longer listed for the August 3 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

NBC instead confirms that Action Bronson will be performing on the episode. Ice Cube and Ryan Seacrest are still slated as interview guests.
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This past June, Lil Yachty appeared in a “Simpsons rap” sketch on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Next week, the artist will deliver a more conventional performance on the popular late-night talk show.

NBC confirms Lil Yachty as the musical guest for the August 3 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

He will take the stage following host Jimmy Fallon’s interviews with Ice Cube and Ryan Seacrest.

NBC’s official “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Thursday, July 27: Guests include Michael Strahan, Jill Kargman and musical guest Slayer. Show 713

Friday, July 28: Guests include David Spade, Desus & Mero, and Penn & Teller. Show 714

Monday, July 31: Guests include Idris Elba, Ali Wentworth and musical guest Tame Impala. Show 715

Tuesday, August 1: Guests include Jeremy Renner, Bridget Everett and musical guest French Montana featuring Swae Lee. Show 716

Wednesday, August 2: Guests include Halle Berry, Michael Che and musical guest George Ezra. Show 717

Thursday, August 3: Guests include Ice Cube, Ryan Seacrest and musical guest Lil Yachty. Show 718

Written by Brian Cantor

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