Kanye West is set to join Late Night With Seth Meyers' premiere-week line-up, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Vice President Joe Biden, Lena Dunham, Brad Paisley and Kelly Ripa are also slated to appear in the show's premiere-week line-up.
Late Night with Seth Meyers is slated to air weeknights at 12:35 a.m. EST. Meyers is set to takeover the time slot that Jimmy Fallon has left behind as the host of The Tonight Show February 17.
Meyers has joked about West during his time as a Saturday Night Live cast member. "Kanye West reportedly asked Kim Kardashian for her brand in marriage," he once said on the program, as per Saturday Night Live's tumblr page.
In 2010, West dissed the Saturday Night Live cast members on "Power." "Fuck SNL and the whole cast," West raps on the track. "Tell them Yeezy said they can kiss my whole ass / More specifically, they can kiss my asshole / I'm an asshole? You niggas got jokes." West changed the lyrics to the song when he performed the selection on the program. To view the variation to "Power's" lyrics, click here.
Late Night With Seth Meyers' premiere-week line-up can be found below.
Late Night With Seth Meyers Premiere-Week Line-Up
Monday, Feb. 24: Guests Amy Poehler, Vice President Joe Biden and musical guest A Great Big World.
Tuesday, Feb. 25: Guests Kanye West and author Robyn Doolittle (Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story).
Wednesday, Feb. 26: Guests Kelly Ripa, Brad Paisley and musical guest Brad Paisley.
Thursday, Feb. 27: Guests Lena Dunham, Anthony Mackie and musical guest John Mayer Trio.
Friday, Feb. 28: Guests Ian McKellen & Patrick Stewart, Sophia Bush and comedian Michael Che.
(February 13, 2013)
UPDATE: Kanye West appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers today (February 25). During the interview, West discussed his Yeezus Tour coming to an end.
"I thought it went really good," West said of Yeezus Tour. "It's kind of sad when it's over because you put so much into it, so many people are excited to see it and it's fun to express something that you created."
During the interview, West spoke about the Margiela mask that he's worn throughout the Yeezus Tour.
"The mask is great," West said. "It's freeing. A place where you can express yourself to your audience without being judged, without having to live up to whatever you represent, whatever your name means or doesn't mean."
He also expanded on his passion for a variety of creative endeavors, his daughter North West and his appreciation for being interviewed.