Demi Lovato To Appear, Perform On September 18 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Demi Lovato will be an interview and musical guest on the episode.

Demi Lovato in Ew Sketch | Andrew Lipovsky/Fallon

This past May, Demi Lovato accompanied Cheat Codes for a performance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Next week, she will return to the popular late-night program.

Lovato will be the lead interview guest on the September 18 edition of “The Tonight Show.”

Not simply there to chat, she will also close the show with a performance.

According to NBC, the September 18 “Tonight Show” will additionally feature an appearance by John Cleese.

NBC’s official “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Monday, September 11: Guests include Seth Meyers, Russell Westbrook and musical guest Prophets of Rage. Show 734

Tuesday, September 12: Guests include Jennifer Lawrence, Pedro Pascal and musical guest Patti Smith. Herb Alpert sits in with The Roots. Show 735

Wednesday, September 13: Guests include Julianne Moore, Shawn Mendes, Spike Jonze featuring Mia Wasikowska and Lakeith Stanfield, and musical guest Maren Morris. Show 736

Thursday, September 14: Guests include Jake Gyllenhaal, Dr. Jane Goodall and musical guest Yo Gotti featuring Nicki Minaj. Show 737

Friday, September 15: Guests include Benedict Cumberbatch, Savannah Guthrie and musical guest Andy Grammer featuring Lunchmoney Lewis. Show 738

Monday, September 18: Guests include Demi Lovato, John Cleese and musical guest Demi Lovato. Show 739

Written by Brian Cantor

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