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Seth Meyers' first week of 'Late Night' guests to include Kanye West, VP Joe Biden, Amy Poehler

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NBC has announced the guest roster for the first week of Late Night With Seth Meyers, and it will make Leslie Knope very happy.

Amy Poehler, who was previously announced as the show’s first guest for the Feb. 24 debut, also will be joined on the couch that night by Joe Biden. (Poehler’s Knope, who has a severe crush on the Vice President of the United States, met him in a season 5 episode of Parks and Recreation.) Kanye West is slated to appear on the show the following night, and Lena Dunham, Ian McKellen, and Patrick Stewart are among the other celebrities booked later that week.

On Monday, Meyers tweeted the news that his fellow Saturday Night Live alum Fred Armisen will lead the house band.

Here’s the full guest roster for the first week:

Monday, Feb. 24: Amy Poehler, Vice President Joe Biden, and musical guest A Great Big World

Tuesday, Feb. 25: Kanye West, author Robyn Doolittle

Wednesday, Feb. 26: Kelly Ripa, Brad Paisley, and musical guest Brad Paisley.

Thursday, Feb. 27:
Lena Dunham, Anthony Mackie, and musical guest John Mayer Trio.

Friday, Feb. 28: Ian McKellen & Patrick Stewart, Sophia Bush, and Michael Che.