"When you're addicted, you have to do it every day, and thank God I don't do it everyday ... I like to do it all in one day ... knock it out," Montag said Friday during her appearance on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno."
Montag recently went under the knife, having 10 plastic surgery procedures in one day. Although she admits to wanting a third breast enhancement, she tells Leno it's not possible. "I legally can't right now. The limit is 800cc and I have 700cc... I think I've reached the point [where I can stop]. I think I'm good for awhile. I'm surger-ied out."
David Letterman won't give "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno a head start in the ratings -- he's canceled his vacation next week so the "Late Show" can air new programs.
Leno will return to the "Tonight Show" on March 1st with a star-studded lineup, but Letterman refuses to give him the upper-hand in their long-running feud for ratings.
This is how these things get started. Apparently, there were some police cars parked in front of Jay Leno's house yesterday, so TMZ went in to investigate, to see if everything was okay, and they got a glib response from the talk show host.
"The cops were at my house? When? Earlier today... oh... because of the murder!" said Leno.
There was filming in the area, so that's probably the real reason the police cars were there.
Or perhaps Jay's collecting squad cars now.
"The Jay Leno Show" ended Tuesday night after five months on the air, and Jay Leno got the axe from "The Apprentice" host, Donald Trump.
The show's guests included Ashton Kutcher, Gabourey Sidibe and Trump -- who appeared via satellite from New York to give Leno his infamous boardroom goodbye, "You're fired!"
In his final monologue, Leno said, "It seems like just yesterday I was telling NBC this was not going to work. This show was supposed to be on for two years, but we got five months for good behavior."
After the Winter Olympics, Leno will return to NBC in 11:35 PM spot.