Mickey Guyton Scheduled For Interview On April 22 “Ellen DeGeneres Show”

Mickey Guyton is set to talk about her music, the ACM awards, and more.

Mickey Guyton will host the ACM Awards on April 18 | Gallery photo by Cliff Lipson/CBS, courtesy of CBS Publicity

On April 18, Mickey Guyton will co-host the annual ACM Awards with Keith Urban. CBS will again be handling broadcasting duties for the prestigious event.

On the heels of the noteworthy gig, Guyton will appear on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

Guyton will be an interview guest on the April 22 “Ellen DeGeneres Show.” According to new provider listings, the interview will cover her ACM gig. It will also focus on her music, including the Grammy-nominated “Black Like Me.”

No other guest has yet been confirmed for the April 22 “Ellen,” but plenty of noteworthy celebrities have been confirmed for surrounding episodes. The latest listings follow:

April 12 – Mark Wahlberg, Brandi Carlile, musical guests Nessa Barrrett, jxdn & Travis Barker
April 13 – Melissa Villaseñor, musical guest Tones and I
April 14 – Savannah Guthrie, Tamara Levitt, musical guest Brett Eldredge
April 15 – Keith Urban, musical guest Dean Lewis
April 16 – Andra Day, Lil Rel Howery, musical guest Tomorrow x Together, guest host Tiffany Haddish
April 19 – Jessica Biel & Olivia Holt, Michelle Buteau, musical guest Glass Animals
April 20 – Ed Helms, Barbara Corcoran
April 21 – Scott Foley, Jane Levy, Howie Mandel, musical guest Hunter Hayes
April 22 – Mickey Guyton
April 23 – Amy Schumer, Tyler Hays, guest host Ashley Graham

Written by Brian Cantor

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