JKL announced this morning it had booked Trump for the week of October 19, when Kimmel returns to Brooklyn for five original shows from the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Howard Gilman Opera House. This will mark Trump’s first appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live since announcing his White House bid. Trump was among a number of additions to Kimmel’s plans for next week, also including Tracy Morgan and broadcast songs live from TIDAL X: 1020Amplified by HTC.
Other musical guests booked for the week from Brooklyn include Ryan Adams, Esperanza Spalding, Public Enemy and a special guest sit-in with Kimmel’s house band, Cleto and The Cletones, by Late Show with David Letterman band leader, Paul Shaffer. Previously announced guests for the week include Bill Murray, Jay Z, Michael J. Fox, Misty Copeland, Bradley Cooper and Howard Stern.