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Jay Leno bows out of The Tonight Show after 22 years

Jay Leno bows out of The Tonight Show after 22 years

Jay Leno has signed off from The Tonight Show this week after 22 years hosting the talk show (excluding a brief stint when Conan O’Brien took over in 2009/2010). Leno’s final week saw his favourite guests making appearances including (upcoming Tonight Show host) Jimmy Fallon, Betty White, Bonnie Raitt, Matthew McConaughey, Charles Barkley, Lyle Lovett, Sandra Bullock, Blake Shelton, Vintage Trouble and his final programme had Billy Crystal (who also appeared on Leno’s first Tonight Show 22 years ago) &…

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Leno’s final week – Jimmy Fallon’s appearance

Leno’s final week – Jimmy Fallon’s appearance

Jimmy Fallon stopped by The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Monday night, kicking off Leno’s final week of shows. The new Tonight Show host sat down with Jay to discuss the all-new Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon which begins Monday 17th February on NBC. He also discussed his first appearance on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show and life at home with his new baby. Watch the Jimmy Fallon interview below:

President Obama interview on The Tonight Show

President Obama interview on The Tonight Show

President Barack Obama was interviewed on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno yesterday. The US President was on a whirlwind three-day fundraising tour for elections next year. The first part of the interview was the most serious, as Obama discussed the recent crisis in Libya, the war in Iraq and terrorist threats. The second part of the interview was a bit more light-hearted as the President talked about his family’s TV viewing habits, giving up smoking since taking up office…

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The Tonight Show With Jay Leno

The Tonight Show With Jay Leno

Jay Leno’s second tenure on The Tonight Show started last week amid much controversy over the ousting of former host Conan O’Brien. The first show on Monday 1st March gained a huge amount of viewers for NBC who have been struggling of late – not just in late night but across the board. He said “It’s good to be home. I’m Jay Leno, your host… at least for a while… I’ll admit I’m a little bit nervous, not because it’s…

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