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Seth Meyers Scores Joe Biden as Opening Guest

Brendan Smialowski—AFP/Getty Images US Vice President Joe Biden smiles during a farewell ceremony during a farewell ceremony for Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano at the Ronald Reagan Building Sept. 6, 2013 in Washington, DC.

Seth Myers' is about to take the reins at NBC's Late Night, and he booked a very special guest for his first show: U.S. Vice President Joe Biden

This should be good.

Joe Biden is set to appear as the guest on the first-ever episode of Seth Meyers’ “Late Night.” The Veep will lend his famously undisciplined way with words to the February 24 premiere of Meyers show, the Associated Press reports.

Meyers is taking over “Late Night” from Jimmy Fallon, after Fallon took over “The Tonight Show” from long-time host Jay Leno. Michelle Obama will be among Fallon’s guests during his debut week, which begins February 17.


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