Carrie Underwood Scheduled For September 13 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Carrie Underwood will appear on next Thursday’s “Tonight Show.”

Carrie Underwood - The Champion | Photo Courtesy of UMG & NBC

Update: NBC confirms that Carrie Underwood will be an interview and musical guest on the September 13 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

The appearance will be in support of her new album “Cry Pretty.”

Blake Lively is also scheduled for an interview on the broadcast.

On the eve of release day for her new album “Cry Pretty,” Carrie Underwood will make a high-profile talk show appearance.

NBC lists Underwood for the September 13 edition of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

The network has not yet clarified her role, but it is a safe bet that she will be performing. Given that there is only one other guest confirmed for the broadcast (Blake Lively), it is also possible she will be appearing for an interview.

NBC’s official “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Thursday, September 6: Guests include Paul McCartney, Kendall Jenner and musical guest Paul McCartney. Show 919

Friday, September 7: Guests include Nick Jonas, Elizabeth Olsen and musical guest Nick Jonas and Robin Schulz. Show 920

Monday, September 10: Guests include Maya Rudolph & Fred Armisen, Brian Tyree Henry, John Legere and Sam Morril Show 921

Tuesday, September 11: Guests include Matthew McConaughey, Norm Macdonald and musical guest Future. Show 922

Wednesday, September 12: Guests include Daniel Radcliffe, Matt Czuchry and musical guest Teyana Taylor. Show 923

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