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VP Biden to appear on first episode of NBC's 'Late Night' after Seth Meyers takeover

Posted: 02/12/2014 4:39 PM | Comments: 0

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WASHINGTON - Seth Meyers has scored a powerful guest for his first episode of "Late Night:" Vice-President Joe Biden.

The vice-president's office says Biden will appear on the show during the Feb. 24 premiere.

The longtime "Saturday Night Live" cast member is taking over the NBC show from Jimmy Fallon, who will be the new frontman for NBC's "The Tonight Show." First lady Michelle Obama is among the guests appearing on Fallon's show during his opening week. Fallon's new show debuts Feb. 17.

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