'Late Show with Stephen Colbert' announces second week of guests includes Willie Nelson, Run the Jewels, more
Move over, George Clooney. Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is among the guests set for Stephen Colbert's second week behind the Late Show desk, CBS announced Monday.
The Sept. 18 appearance marks Sanders' second late-night visit as he ramps up his run for the White House. He was most recently a guest on Late Night With Seth Meyers in June.
Republican hopeful Chris Christie is set to appear on Monday's episode of The Tonight Show - his first visit since announcing his presidential campaign.
See the guests from Colbert's first week:
Once again, Colbert's lineup shows his desire for a wide variety of guests reaching well outside the normal Hollywood channels. His first week of guests includes celebrities like Clooney as well as Republican President candidate Jeb Bush and the CEOs of Tesla and Uber, respectively.
Check out the list below for the complete lineup for Monday, Sept. 14, through Friday, Sept. 18.
MONDAY, SEPT. 14
Actress Emily Blunt; Justice Stephen Breyer; musical performance by The Dead Weather
TUESDAY, SEPT. 15
Actor Jake Gyllenhall; musical performance by Run the Jewels with TV on the Radio
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16
Actor Kevin Spacey; comedy legend Carol Burnett with comedians Abbi Jacobson and Illana Glazer; interview with and musical performance by Willie Nelson
THURSDAY, SEPT. 17
Actress Naomi Watts; United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon
FRIDAY, SEPT. 18
Actress LupitaNyong'o; Senator Bernie Sanders; interview with and musical performance by An American in Paris' Christopher Wheeldon, Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert premieres on Sept. 8 at 11:35 p.m. on CBS.
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