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U2 plan weeklong stay at 'The Tonight Show'

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Clearly U2 don’t agree that absence makes the heart grow fonder.

Not long after Bono said “sorry ‘bout that” for forcing millions of people to download Songs of Innocence, news comes that they’ll be once again invading your home with a weeklong visit on The Tonight Show as musical guest.

Bono and co. will join Jimmy Fallon for the week of Nov. 17.

Foo Fighters staged a similar residence on The Late Show to promote Sonic Highways, while Metallica is planning a weeklong stay on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson.