According to The Hollywood Reporter, No Doubt is scheduled to perform on Ellen on September 25 (the same day Push and Shove is out), not the 19th like previously reported. We will keep you updated!
We are thinking maybe it will be taping their performance on the 19th and airing on the 25th.
To promote their first new release in more than a decade, Gwen Stefani and co. are set to perform on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Sept. 25, the same day the album will hit shelves. â€œOne of No Doubt’s very first stops on their reunion tour in 2009 was The Ellen DeGeneres Show,â€ the band wrote on Facebook. â€œIt’s time to continue that tradition! The band will perform live on the show again next month during Push And Shove release week.â€
The band just announced on their Facebook page that they will release more details soon!
The Los Angeles Times has confirmed (and revealed!) that No Doubt are scheduled to appear on Ellen on Septmember 19!
You can request tickets to the live taping of the show on Ellen.com once they become available.
LA Times — No Doubt will launch the 2012 I Heart Radio Festival in Las Vegas on Sept. 21 and 22, just ahead of the release of the Anaheim bandâ€™s first studio album in 11 years, â€œPush and Shove,â€ coming Sept. 25.
The bill features a raft of pop, rock, country, R&B, dance and hip-hop acts, also including Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Usher, Green Day, Shakira, Pitbull, Bon Jovi, Lil Wayne, Deadmau5 and Brad Paisley. That puts the rejuvenated No Doubt back amid a phalanx of contemporary pop music hitmakers slated to perform at the MGM Grand Arena.
â€œItâ€™s hard for me to judge, but I sense that people are genuinely interestedâ€ in what No Doubt will be putting forward with â€œPush and Shove,â€ guitarist Tom Dumont told Pop & Hiss during a break in rehearsals recently for the I Heart Radio Festival and other high-profile appearances the band will be making in coming days and weeks.
Those include a live set on Sunday, Sept. 5, for the NFL kickoff game for the 2012 football season and a guest appearance on â€œThe Ellen DeGeneres Showâ€ on Sept. 19. The long-running ska-punk-pop-rock band also played last month on ABC-TV’s “Good Morning America.”