Luke Combs will appear on tonight’s (Nov. 9) episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!. The country singer announced his guest appearance via Twitter.
Combs shared a photo of himself for the show with the caption “See y’all TONIGHT.” The episode airs on ABC at 11:35 p.m. EST. This won’t be the first time that Combs has appeared as a guest on Kimmel’s show. The country singer also appeared on the show last November.
According to Rolling Stone, Combs performed two of his songs “Even Though I’m Leaving” and “1,2 Many” while on the show. He also apparently showed off his collection of Crocs and discussed his love for the shoe brand with the TV host, according to Radio.com.
Luke Combs Has A Variety of Topics to Discuss
The shoes may come up in tonight’s episode. The singer has partnered with Crocs once again for their fourth collaboration. The LC3s are winter-themed Crocs with a lined interior to keep the wearer’s feet warm. The shoe also features Combs’ trademark skulls and other reminders of the singer’s career. The shoes go on sale tomorrow, Nov. 10, at noon ET.
“Guys, I’m excited to announce my latest collaboration with Crocs, LC3s, which are fuzz lined,” Combs said. “With this drop, I wanted to add another diverse style to my collection. Since we just released the Slide for Summer, it made sense for this drop to be more of a winter theme. I chose the fuzz-lined Croc because this winter is going to look a lot different.”
The singer may also discuss his recent marriage to girlfriend Nicole Hocking. The two married in an intimate ceremony on a beach in Florida in August. Combs recently opened up about the day being one of the happiest of his life, despite COVID-19 restrictions.
“At the end of the day, that ended up not mattering because it was still really beautiful,” he said. “And it was really everything that I wanted it to be, but I also want to be able to give her that thing that she spent so much time doing.”
But all roads lead back to Combs’ music. The singer recently released a deluxe version of his album What You See Ain’t Always What You Get.