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Macy Gray will perform five songs on Jimmy Kimmel tonight and you could be in the audience.

Attend Jimmy Kimmel Taping on May 3, See Macy Gray Perform

Macy Gray fans are not going to want to miss tonight's Jimmy Kimmel Live. The R&B and soul singer, songwriter, and producer will perform a not to be missed mini-concert of five songs on Thursday, May 3. If you live in the Los Angeles area, you can do one better and attend the taping of the show.

Macy Gray won a Grammy in 2000 for her breakout hit "I Try" from her multi-platinum debut album On How Life Is and recently released her fourth studio album Big. Aside from four studio albums, a compilation, and a live album, Gray's music has been heard in movie soundtracks including Training Day, Spider-Man, and Idlewild. Her recent song "Coming Back to You," was featured on the soundtrack of the 2006 film De'ja' Vu.

kimmelJimmy Kimmel Live airs at 12:05am Monday though Friday on ABC and features celebrity interviews, comedic surprises, and musical performances. Always on the cutting edge of what's going on in entertainment, the show is night time talk for the young and hip generation. If you are interested in attending tonight's taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live and seeing Macy Gray perform five songs, go to the 1iota website, click on the Iota TV shows button, and then the Jimmy Kimmel logo. Finally, click on "Macy Gray Event" to request tickets to the taping.

In order to attend you must be 18 years or older, available from 6:15pm to 9:00pm Pacific, and have a valid photo ID. The show requests you not wear white, light blue, beige, or logos, as they do not tape well. Also, please do not bring large handbags or knapsacks. No cameras or recording devices will be allowed.

If you are a Macy Gray fan, act quickly. Space is limited and you can only attend the taping through this promotion. If you do miss out, set your Tivo or DVR so you won't miss this special event.

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