Former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno stopped by “The Arsenio Hall Show” on Wednesday to surprise his friend Arsenio with the announcement that his late-night talker has been renewed for a second season.
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Host Jay Leno once again said goodbye to "The Tonight Show" on Thursday, after hosting the late-night talk show staple for 22 years.
Here are five memorable moments from his final show, courtesy of AP:
Leno immediately cracked jokes, saying 22 years ago, people could smoke cigarettes anywhere, Justin Bieber’s birth had not occurred, and porn was found only on newsstands. "You know the saddest part of all?" said Leno. "O.J. (Simpson) never found the real killers."
TV news junkies listen up… NBC just announced Jay Leno’s final guest on the “Tonight Show,” a new show starring Katherine Heigl and the network’s next live musical!
In a rare new interview with “Extra’s” Terri Seymour, Jay Leno opened up about his one-time fling with Sharon Osbourne, and being replaced by Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show.”
The unsurprising confirmation that Jimmy Fallon will take over the “Tonight Show” from current host Jay Leno next February gave all the late-night hosts something to talk about on their Wednesday shows.
Fallon played it cool, but definitely felt like crowing a little. Leno poked fun at David Letterman and NBC. Letterman, in turn, poked fun at Leno and NBC. Jimmy Kimmel mocked himself, while Conan O'Brien offered congratulations… sort of.
Here are the hosts' reactions:
It turns out all those late-night rumors were true, Jimmy Fallon will replace Jay Leno on the “Tonight Show.”announced the news on Wednesday, and the two comedians, who mocked the buzz on Monday with a duet, released statements about the change.
Late-night hosts Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon put their work woes to music Monday night with their own rendition of "West Side Story’s" “Tonight.”Rumors have been running rampant that NBC plans to replace “Tonight Show” host Leno with Fallon in 2014. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Jimmy masterminded the "Late Night" phone call/PR move, proving there are no hard feelings between the two.