Howard Stern is set to join NBC’s ‘Late Late Show’ in a recurring role, Variety has learned.
Stern, who’s previously hosted ‘Saturday Night Live,’ will play a character who has been seen on the show’s website as a male stripper.
In the upcoming episode of ‘The Late Late Show,’ Stern will appear in a sketch where he will dance to the music of “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon and Fallon’s wife, Melissa Fallon.
The show is set for Sept. 17 at 10 p.m.
The character, named “T-Bone,” will make a cameo appearance in “Saturday Night at Lincoln Center” in 2019.
The episode will be produced by the Seth Meyers-created sketch comedy show “Sesame Street.”
Stern, 69, previously hosted “Saturday Morning Live,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
Stern also hosted “Late Late Night” for three years in a row in 2009 and 2010.
He currently hosts “Late Show with Craig Ferguson” and has a recurring guest spot on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
He recently announced that he will be stepping away from “Late Weekdays” in order to spend more time with his son, Howard, and the family of his dog, “Tiny.”