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Diplo, MO & Goldlink Scheduled To Perform On Fallon’s February 6 “Tonight Show”

Diplo, MO and Goldlink will take the stage on next Tuesday’s “Tonight Show.”

Major Lazer & MO on Fallon | Douglas Gorenstein/NBC

Since Jimmy Fallon will be in Minnesota for a post-Super Bowl edition of “The Tonight Show” on February 4, there will not be time to produce a new episode for February 5.

There will, however, be an original installment on February 6.

According to NBC, the episode will feature a performance by Diplo, MØ and GoldLink. The performance will air one week before Diplo and MØ’s “Get It Right” impacts US pop radio.

The February 6 “Tonight Show” will also feature interviews with Sarah Jessica Parker and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.

Official listings follow:
Tuesday, January 30: Guests include Michael Strahan, Chrissy Teigen and musical guest The Voidz. Show 813

Wednesday, January 31: Guests include Katie Couric, Rita Ora and musical guests Liam Payne & Rita Ora. Show 814

Thursday, February 1: Guests include Sam Smith, Cecily Strong and Dan White. Show 815

Friday, February 2: Guests include James Spader, Camila Cabello and Pete Lee. (OAD 1/12/18)

Sunday, February 4 Live from The Super Bowl: Guests include Justin Timberlake, Dwayne Johnson and cast of NBC’s “This is Us”

Monday, February 5: Guests include Saoirse Ronan, Timothée Chalamet and musical guest Camila Cabello. (OAD 1/10/18 )

Tuesday, February 6: Guests include Sarah Jessica Parker, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and musical guest Diplo Ft. MØ and Goldlink

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