Blake Lively No Longer Listed For January 28 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (Update)

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Episode 0758 -- Pictured: (l-r) Actress Blake Lively during an interview with Host Jimmy Fallon on October 13, 2017 -- (Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC)

Update: Tuesday evening, the official “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” website confirmed Blake Lively for the January 28 episode.

NBC quickly removed her name from the lineup. As of press time, only interview guest Deepak Chopra and musical guest Rapsody with PJ Morton are being advertised for the episode.

Blake Lively will now appear on January 29.

Three days before its official opening, Blake Lively will support new film “The Rhythm Section” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

NBC lists Lively for the January 28 edition of its late-night talk show. The episode will also feature a chat with Deepak Chopra and a performance by Rapsody with PJ Morton.

Additional “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Tuesday, January 21: Guests include Martin Short, David Dobrik and musical guest Yola. Show 1192

Wednesday, January 22: Guests include Halsey, Leslie Jones and Claire Saffitz. Show 1193

Thursday, January 23: Guests include Noah Centineo, Wendy Williams and musical guest Griselda. Show 1194

Friday, January 24: Milo Ventimiglia, Guy Raz and Carmen Lynch. Show 1195

Monday, January 27: Michael Strahan, Matt Bomer and Nick Thune. Show 1196

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