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He’s been a busy boy as of late, and Conan O’Brien weighed in on the news that Jimmy Fallon will take over for Jay Leno as host of “The Tonight Show” in Spring 2014.
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His career just keeps getting hotter- Jimmy Fallon has been named as the replacement for Jay Leno when his “Tonight Show” contract runs out in 2014.
The “Late Night” stud will continue to broadcast from New York City, marking the end of a four-decade run in Los Angeles.
Given all the buzz about Jay Leno's upcoming replacement on “The Tonight Show,” Jimmy Fallon decided to capitalize on the moment with a hilarious, good-natured song.
“Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” began last night (April 1) with an appropriate April Fool’s Day spoof in which Leno called in for a chat.
Though speculation has been happening for awhile, more reports are coming out that Jimmy Fallon will, in fact, replace Jay Leno as host of "The Tonight Show."
The "Late Night" host will take over by fall 2014 at the latest, according to The New York Times, along with another big change.
Jay Leno already retired from “The Tonight Show” once, only to return a short time later, but it seems he may be ready to hang it up when his contract is up in 2014.
And if all goes according to plan, it stands to reason that Jimmy Fallon would be a suitable successor, as he’s knocked it out of the park as the host of “Late Night” at 12:35.
As the "Tonight Show"'s Jay Leno ages, NBC is reportedly planning the move to a new host in the near future.
According to The Hollywood Reporter sources, NBC may make the 2013-2014 TV season the last for the 62-year-old comedian.
He’s never been one to self-censor and Jimmy Kimmel was up to his usual shenanigans in his recent interview with Playboy magazine.
The late night comic first praised “The Tonight Show” host Jay Leno, noting, “He’s not just a smart politician but also a smart guy.”
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As the nation tuned in to hear President Obama's plans for the country, stars took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Tuesday night's (February 12) "State of the Union" address.
With the Commander-In-Chief covering a wide variety of topics during his annual speech, celebs offered up some serious, but also funny observations on the things that caught their attention.