Who's Coming Up on Kimmel?

(antiMusic) Jimmy Kimmel Live sent over their latest listing of upcoming guest but first here are a couple of special programming notes:

Watch tonight, Thursday, October 30th, as Sarah Silverman makes a guest appearance on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Silverman returns to "Jimmy Kimmel Live" following her Emmy award win for her work on the now infamous "I'm F***ing Matt Damon" music video. Musical guest T.I. will also sit down with Kimmel Thursday to talk about his recent album and legal troubles before performing on the Pontiac Garage Outdoor Stage.

Friday October 31st, is a very spooky Halloween episode with "Desperate Housewives" Nicolette Sheridan, "Zach and Miri Make A Porno" actor Craig Robinson and musical guest N.E.R.D. Everyone's dressing up, so tune in to check out comic-booked themed costumes for host Jimmy Kimmel, the security team of Guillermo, Veatrice and Jimmy's Uncle Frank plus house band "Cleto and the Cletones." Can you guess which comic book character best represents Kimmel's alter ego this holiday? Watch and find out.

October 30 T.I** Panel guest in addition to performance
October 31 N.E.R.D. Halloween special episode
November 3 Eagles of Death Metal**
November 5 John Legend**
November 6 Hinder**
November 7 Robin Thicke
November 11 Low vs Diamond
November 12 Julianne Hough
November 14 T-Pain**
November 18 Ben Folds
November 19 Leona Lewis
November 20 The Hives**
November 21 Beyonce**
November 24 The Killers**
November 26 Scott Weiland

** Notes Performances that will take place on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Outdoor Pontiac Garage Stage.

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