Meghan Trainor, Juice Wrld, Brett Eldredge Performing On “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

ABC confirms musical guests for the August 6-9 string of “Kimmel” episodes.

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Update: Blood Orange and A$AP Rocky are no longer scheduled to perform on the August 9 edition of “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Kanye West is, meanwhile, Bob Newhart as the episode’s lead interview guest. Awkwafina will also appear for an interview.

Grammy-winning artist and “The Four” panelist Meghan Trainor is headed to “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

ABC says that Trainor will perform on the August 6 edition of the popular late-night talk show. The performance will air six days before Trainor takes the stage at the 2018 Teen Choice Awards.

In addition to confirming the Trainor performance, ABC revealed that Juice WRLD, Brett Eldredge and Blood Orange will be taking the “Kimmel” stage.

Juice WRLD is set to perform on the August 7 episode, while Eldredge will perform on August 8. Accompanied by A$AP Rocky, Blood Orange will take the stage on the August 9 broadcast.

Complete listings follow:

Monday, Aug. 6
1. Jason Bateman (“Ozark”) 2. Becca Kufrin and fiancé (“The Bachelorette”) 3. Musical Guest Meghan Trainor

Tuesday, Aug. 7
1. Megan Mullally (“Will & Grace”) 2. John Cho (“Searching”) 3. Musical Guest Juice Wrld

Wednesday, Aug. 8
1. Kristen Bell (“Like Father”) 2. John David Washington (“BlacKkKlansman”) 3. Musical Guest Brett Eldredge

Thursday, Aug. 9
1. Bob Newhart (“Hi Bob!”) 2. Awkwafina (“Crazy Rich Asians”) 3. Musical Guest Blood Orange Feat. A$AP Rocky

Written by Brian Cantor

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