Earlier this week, we shared the news that NBC Universal had a huge line-up of Super Bowl themed programming set to air, including special episodes of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, which will take place in Indianapolis during the days leading up to the big game. NBC announced the list of guests who will be featured, and among them are Tim Tebow, Taylor Lautner and The Voice mentor Adam LeVine.
Late Night is set to broadcast from the Hilbert Circle Theater in Indianapolis early next month in anticipation of Super Bowl XLVI. Here’s the list of guests set to appear on the late night talk show:
Wednesday, February 1: Tracy Morgan, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, and a performance by All American Rejects.
Thursday, February 2: Taylor Lautner, Adam Levine, as well as a guest appearance by New Orleans Saints’ Drew Brees. Nas will perform.
Friday, February 3: Snoop Dogg visits, Shaquille O’Neal makes an appearance, and Fitz and the Tantrums will perform.
Additionally, Fallon welcomes Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders (February 1), retired Super Bowl Champion Michael Strahan (February 2) and NBC Sports Super Bowl host Bob Costas (February 3) to the “Late Night” stage at the Hilbert Circle Theatre as guest announcers, while Steve Higgins returns for the live post Super Bowl show on Sunday.
As for the big live episode, specially titled "Jimmy Fallon’s Super Bowl Special," that's set to take place on Sunday night (February 5th), viewers who tune in will get to see fellow Saturday Night Live alums Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg make an appearance on the episode, which airs following the Season 2 premiere of The Voice.