Vice President Biden is slated to be one of comedian Seth Meyers’s first guests when the comedian makes his "Late Night" debut on Feb. 24.

Biden tweeted Wednesday that he would appear on the first episode when Meyers takes over for Jimmy Fallon, who is moving to “The Tonight Show.”

Biden has been making a series of media appearances recently. Last week, he conducted interviews with a number of news outlets on an Amtrak train.

The vice president is mulling a bid for the White House in 2016, but said recently he will not make a decision until summer of 2015 at the earliest.

Meyers will not be the only host with a White House guest during the late night shake up.

Fallon announced first lady Michelle Obama would be one of his first guests when he takes over for Jay Leno next week.