The comedian was introduced by the host of "The Late Show" on Wednesday as the star of CBS's takeover of "The Late Late Show."
Tomlinson, 29, will anchor CBS' After Midnight, according to a statement made by Stephen Colbert on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday.
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Beginning in early 2024, Tomlinson will host The Late Late Show with James Corden in its previous time slot of 12:37 a.m. ET/PT.
Based on Comedy Central's @midnight, which once aired after The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, is After Midnight.
Colbert is an executive producer for Funny or Die, Spartina Industries, and CBS Studios' resurrection.
Following Colbert's revelation to his viewers that a new late-night program would be joining the CBS schedule, Tomlinson made her statement.
Tomlinson interjected and volunteered her hosting skills.
Colbert called her onto the stage and gave her an introduction after the two made jokes.
She admitted to being thrilled about her new position as soon as she sat down at Colbert's desk.
Tomlinson chuckled, "I've never had a real job." "No, stand-up is not a job; I've been doing it since I was 16 years old."