Monday, March 18: Actress Selena Gomez; comedian Bob Sarlatte; musical guest Killer Mike (n)
Tuesday, March 19: Actor Bill Cosby; U.S skier Mikaela Shiffrin; musical guests Garbage (n)
Wednesday, March 20: A Top Ten List presented by IndyCar driver Graham Rahal; comedian Andy Hendrickson; musical guests The Airborne Toxic Event (n)
Thursday, March 21: Actress Tina Fey; actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson; musical guest Solange
Friday, March 22: Actor David Spade from the CBS comedy series "Rules of Engagement"; reality television star/dog trainer Kenny Licklider; musical guest Aaron Neville
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