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Rapper Megan Thee Stallion and performer Demi Lovato will guest host August episodes of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”.

As part of Fallon’s Superstar Super Summer, the Grammy-Award winning Megan Thee Stallion will make her third appearance on the show, her first as a co-host, on August 11.

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.

Lovato, who is also no stranger to the stage, will then arrive for a three-day long takeover from August 16-18. This will be her ninth appearance of her on Fallon, and her first time co-hosting of her. For three jam-packed days, Lovato will take on the role of special guest, co-host and musical performance ahead of the release of her new album “HOLY FVCK.”

Madonna returns to the “Tonight Show” for her fifth appearance on Aug. 10 ahead of the release of her compilation album, “FINALLY ENOUGH LOVE: 50 NUMBER ONES.” 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.

Previous celebrities who have served as co-hosts alongside Fallon include Grammy-winning rapper Cardi B, comedy great Kevin Hart, rock legend Dave Grohl and, most recently, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes. Previous “The Tonight Show” takeovers include Grammy-winning and multi-platinum artist Ariana Grande, global superstars BTS, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus and legendary pop icon Cher.

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Fallon’s interview guests have also included a powerful bunch, like “Stranger Things” actor Jamie Campbell Bower, musician King Princess, Michael Strahan, Change the Rapper the cast of FX’s “Reservation Dogs” and Kevin Bacon, whose queer horror film “They/Them ” premieres on Peacock on Friday.

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