We love late-night talk shows – Jay, Conan, David. Especially the dirty-mouthed Chelsea. So we thought, how cool would it be to scour the web and gather the Latino celebs/artists who will be appearing on our small screens each week?
Introducing our new column, Latinos on Late Night This Week. Every Monday, we will let you know which of your fave Latino celebs will be seated on cushy armchairs and chatting it up with TV's biggest late-night talk show hosts. We did the work, so you wouldn’t have to strain your eyes searching for yourself.
Withour further ado, here are the Latinos showing up on late-night TV this week!
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The handsome part-Mexican crooner will perform tonight on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. We can’t freakin’ wait. The show airs at 11:34 p.m. on NBC.
Christina Aguilera and her fellow judges from The Voice (Blake Shelton and Adam Levine) will be chatting it up on Chelsea Lately this Friday. If this guest appearance is anything like Aguilera's last one on the show, we're sure it will be extremely entertaining. Chelsea Lately airs weeknights at 11/10C.
Snooki and JWoww
Snooki, the pint-sized Chilean-born star of Jersey Shore, will be appearing on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno tonight (11:34 p.m. on NBC) alongside her much taller partner-in-crime JWoww. When you pair these two together, you never know what’s going to come spilling out of their mouths… especially Snooki’s. The two are also set to appear on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this Friday - the show airs at 12:35/11:35C on NBC.
The singer, who is part-Brazilian, will be the musical act on tonight’s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. The 20-year-old’s second EP, Ghost, dropped in October 2012. This late-night TV performance is a huge deal, and no one knows it more than Ferreira. In the wee hours of this morning, she tweeted: “Today is the day. Playing my first live TV performance. Butterflies or vomit.” Ahh! Late Night With Jimmy Fallon airs tonight at 12:35/11:35C on NBC.
Folk musician Rodriguez (born Sixto Rodriguez), and the main subject of the buzzy documentary Searching for Sugar Man, is set to perform this Friday on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. The show airs at 11:34 p.m. on NBC.