Jason Aldean, Why Don't We & More To Play FOX's New Year's Eve Special

By Paris Close

December 17, 2018

Jason Aldean, Why Don't We, Florence + the Machine and more performers have been lined up to ring in 2019 on FOX's New Year's Eve special. 

The network's second-annual celebration, which will be hosted once again by famous funnyman Steve Harvey, will have its live launch from New York City's Times Square on New Year's Eve. Maria Menounos will also return as co-host beside Harvey, who will lead the countdown to the New Year.

In addition, R&B artist Robin Thicke and Columbian musician Juanes have been announced to hit the stage, joined by Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Sting, who will deliver a musical set on the three-and-a-half hour program as well.

FOX's inaugural end-of-year event featured showcases by music icons Neil Diamond and Celine Dion, Flo Rida, Maroon 5, Skylar Grey, Backstreet Boys, and Macklemore.

Additionally, viewers can also anticipate this year's year-end special to be loaded with celebrity cameos, including Saturday Night Live comic Kenan Thompson, Crazy Rich Asians actor Ken Jeong, sportscaster Curt Menefee, as well as former NFL athletes Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson, and Terry Bradshaw.

New Year's Eve with Steve Harvey: Live from Time Square broadcasts live Monday (December 31) from 8:00-10:00 PM and 11:00 PM-12:30 AM EST CT/MT/PT on FOX.

Learn more about FOX's NYE special here.

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