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Billie Eilish, Rob Thomas, Greyson Chance, More Performing On “Ellen DeGeneres Show”

Billie Eilish (4/1), Brothers Osborne (4/2), Rob Thomas (4/3), Greyson Chance (4/4) and Maren Morris (4/5) will perform on “Ellen.”

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“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” will air original installments for the balance of this week, before heading into re-runs between March 25-29.

It will return with new episodes during the week of April 1. Per tentative listings, each episode will feature a musical performer.

Billie Eilish will take the stage on the April 1 episode. The performance will air three days after she releases her debut LP “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” Ed O’Nell will be an interview guest on that broadcast.

The April 2 broadcast will feature a performance by Brothers Osborne. Woody Harrelson and Joey King are set as that day’s interview participants.

Rob Thomas will appear as the musical guest on the April 3 edition of “Ellen.” DeGeneres will also chat with Sandra Oh and Jane Goodall on that day’s episode.

Greyson Chance is set as the April 4 musical performer. Megan Mullally and Hasan Minhaj will appear as interview guests.

Maren Morris will close the week with a performance on April 5; Bill Hader will chat with “Ellen” on that day’s broadcast.

This week’s “Ellen” performers include Jacob Banks (March 20), Dermot Kennedy (March 21) and Offset & Travi$ Scott (March 22).

“Ellen” listings, as a reminder, are subject to change.

Written by Brian Cantor

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