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Donald Trump to Visit ‘Tonight Show’ on 9/11 Anniversary to Plug Presidential Campaign

Two days earlier, Justin Timberlake will return to pal Jimmy Fallon’s program for first time since premiere week

Step aside, friend-of-the-program Chris Christie: fellow GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is set to visit Jimmy Fallon‘s “Tonight Show” on Sept. 11.

Two days earlier, the NBC late-night host’s BFF Justin Timberlake will return to the program for the first time since Fallon’s premiere week.

That star-studded episode, which will also include guests Ellen DeGeneres and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, will simultaneously be displayed on a huge digital billboard in the heart of Times Square in midtown Manhattan.

Finally, the broadcast network promised fans “a special never-before-seen performance” by Pharrell Williams on next Friday’s broadcast.

Here is the full lineup of guests for the week of Sept. 8-11, which is considered the show’s fall premiere week:

Tuesday, Sept. 8
Richard Gere
Jessica Simpson
Keith Urban

Wednesday, Sept. 9
Justin Timberlake
Ellen DeGeneres
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Thursday, Sept. 10
Andy Samberg
Carrie Underwood (talk and musical performance)

Friday, Sept. 11
Donald Trump
Terrence Howard
Pharrell Williams

From Universal Television and Broadway Video, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” is executive produced by Lorne Michaels and produced by Josh Lieb. Gavin Purcell also produces.