News 1 - 15 of 80
Leno pays a visit to 'The Arsenio Hall Show' to reveal that the show has been officially picked up for season 2, jokingly saying that he's going to host the show in the second season.
More than 14 million people watched as Leno bid farewell to his audience in the episode featuring Kim Kardashian, Oprah Winfrey, Billy Crystal and more.
Kim Kardashian, Sheryl Crow, Jim Parsons and Oprah Winfrey pay a touching tribute to Leno by singing a 'Sound of Music' parody.
Nearing his final episode on 'Tonight Show', Leno also gets a goodbye present from fellow comedian Craig Ferguson that will keep him 'busy' if he gets 'bored.'
Bill Clinton has become target in 4,607 jokes made by Leno, followed by George W. Bush in the second place with 3,239 jokes.
Fallon also writes 'Thank You' notes for his predecessor while stopping by 'Tonight Show' as a guest on Monday night.
Billy Crystal and Garth Brooks will help Leno bid farewell to 'Tonight Show' audience, while Fallon books Will Smith and U2 to appear in his first episode on February 17.
The president of CNN Worldwide also hits back at Fox News' Roger Ailes who claimed CNN's getting out of news business.
The 'Veep' star and the 'Tonight Show' host are among six inductees to be honored at a March 2014 ceremony.
The 'X Factor (US)' judge teams her newly-dyed locks with a black leather jacket and a pair of leggings when delivering the first TV performance of her newest single.
The co-host of 'The Talk' says that Jay called her immediately after she revealed their fling, saying that it's 'amazing' how they had found love of their lives.
Before she was Mrs. Osbourne, Sharon had a fling with the 'Tonight Show' host after watching him performing his routine in one of the clubs where her friend worked.
Leno-hosted 'The Tonight Show' will air its last episode February 6, 2014, and Jimmy Fallon will replace the veteran host on February 24.
NBC allegedly needs Leno to vacant his spot early to give room for his successor Jimmy Fallon to be introduced as 'Tonight Show' host during the coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Fallon will take over the 'Tonight Show' after Leno wraps up 22 years of hosting the franchise in spring 2014, but no one has been announced as the new 'Late Night' host.