Madonna returns to the "Tonight Show" for her fifth appearance on Aug. 10.
Fallon’s Superstar Super Summer kicks off with three-time, Grammy Award-winning superstar, entrepreneur and philanthropist Megan Thee Stallion co-hosting the show on Aug. 11. That will be followed by a three-day long “Tonight Show” takeover by multi-platinum, award-winning musician Demi Lovato (they/them/she/her) Aug. 16-18.
In what will be her third appearance on “The Tonight Show” and first time co-hosting, Megan will join Fallon in front of the iconic blue curtain to deliver the evening’s monologue and interview guests. She’s no stranger to teaming up with the late-night host having previously collaborated with Fallon on the hit holiday song “It Was a… (Masked Christmas)” in December 2021.
Global sensation Lovato returns to Studio 6B for their ninth appearance and first “Tonight Show” takeover ahead of the release of their new album HOLY FVCK. For three jam-packed days, Lovato will take on the role of special guest, co-host and musical performance. Lovato, a longtime friend of the show, has participated in popular games and bits throughout the years, including “Wheel of Musical Impressions” and “Best Friends Challenge.”
Plus, ahead of the release of her highly anticipated compilation album Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones, Madonna returns to the “Tonight Show” for her fifth appearance on Aug. 10. Madonna is a part of the Superstar Super Summer lineup of don’t-miss special guests that includes Sterling K. Brown, Elvis Costello, Idris Elba, Kate McKinnon, Martin Short and more.
“The Tonight Show” is the longest-running talk show on television and the #1 late-night program on digital. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Studio 6B at 30 Rockefeller Center in New York City, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” airs Mondays through Fridays from 11:35 p.m.-12:35 a.m. ET/PT on NBC and is available on demand on Peacock.