If you're not a teenager, this week's talk shows have very little for you. Between Justin Bieber's My World 2.0 (which comes out on Tuesday, March 23) and the new Miley Cyrus movie "The Last Song" (which opens on Friday, March 26), there will be plenty of kids ducking out of school or staying up past their bedtimes to get a glimpse of some of the hottest tween stars in the world.
As mentioned earlier, Bieber opens the week with a two day run on "The View" (we'll have reports from both episodes, so stay tuned) while Cyrus was on Monday morning's episode of "Good Morning America." In addition to his appearance on "The View," Bieber will celebrate his album's release with a performance on "The Late Show with David Letterman" on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Cyrus will also be on Monday's edition of "The View" and chat with Jay Leno on "The Tonight Show" on Thursday (March 25).
Of course, there are plenty of other guests popping up on talk shows this week. Letterman will only air three episodes before the nights are re-claimed by college basketball, but he'll still cram in "American Idol" reject Lacey Brown on Monday and a performance by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts on Wednesday (March 24). The first-place owning Leno will counter with arrivals from Gerard Butler on Tuesday, Ed Helms on Wednesday and Ludacris on Friday.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" will feature only one teenage guest this week (Demi Lovato stops by on Monday), but Kimmel will also have performances from the All-American Rejects and buzz band Neon Trees. But the best music will come even later, as "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" will have indie favorites like Rogue Wave, the Besnard Lakes and the Clientele. (He'll also have John Cena on Tuesday, for anybody excited about WrestleMania next Sunday.)
Who are you most excited to see on this week's talk shows? Let us know in the comments!