NBC may be mum about the guests for the revamped version of Jay Leno's show but the singer offered the announcement himself.
To help ease the pressure that Jay Leno may face on his comeback to "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" that cost Conan O'Brien his job, Adam Lambert is brought in as guest. Through his official site, the singer posted on "Upcoming Appearance" the announcement that he will be performing "Music Again" when the show returns to its old clock.
Adam is scheduled for the Tuesday, March 2 episode, meaning he would be the second guest on the revamped version of the late night talk show. Jamie Foxx had been revealed as the first guest. However, NBC has remained secretive in confirming who will be Leno's guests although the premiere date is approaching.
Meanwhile, the network has started airing the promo of "Tonight Show" 2.0 with several different versions. One of them sees Leno behind the wheel of a sports car with the number "10". When he switches gear, the number changes to 11:35, indicating the move from the primetime slot to the old one.