(CNN) - Vice President Joe Biden will be the opening guest for Seth Meyers’ debut as "Late Night" host.
Biden’s office says he’ll appear on the February 24 premiere, as Meyers replaces Jimmy Fallon on the NBC show.
Fallon moves to his new gig as host of “The Tonight Show," which will debut February 17.
Michelle Obama will appear on Fallon’s show during its first week.
Comedian Amy Poehler, Meyers' former "Saturday Night Live" partner, will also be a guest on the "Late Night” premiere.
CNN White House Producer Kevin Liptak contributed to this report.
Should be fun. Can't wait to watch.
Guess that means Seth Meyers is enslaved to the Democratic Party........like all the rest of the entertainment world.
I hope his son is doing better , and all the best on the new show.
If Meyers really wants a comedy guest, he should host the founder of Uncle Sugar and the Libidos.
Makes sense... this buffoon is always good for a few laughs.