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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.
The 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' host has reportedly signed a contract extension with NBC that will pave the way for him to inherit 'The Tonight Show'.
The two comedians take on the classic song 'Tonight' from 'West Side Story' musical to poke fun on reports that Fallon will replace Leno on 'The Tonight Show'.
The 'Tonight Show with Jay Leno' host calls the network 'extinct' in his latest monologue.
NBC entertainment chief Robert Greenblatt reportedly is angry at Leno after the comedian mocked the network's declining ratings on his 'Tonight Show'
The TV network is reportedly planning to replace Leno, who will end his 'The Tonight Show' hosting stint in 2014, with Jimmy Fallon.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host says to Playboy magazine that Leno 'doesn't seem to be that worried about other people's feelings.'
The 'Tonight Show with Jay Leno' host wants to kiss Bar Refaeli, but ends up recreating the scene with her male partner in the ad, Jesse Heiman.
'As a comedian, you can't not have disdain for what he's done,' the 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' host says of his competitor.
The CBS' 'Late Night' host manages to sing some praises for the NBC presenter before dropping criticism toward his rival.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host is unimpressed that 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' host changes its airing schedule after he announces his new timeslot.
The 'Tonight Show with Jay Leno' host compares the Obama-Trump constant disagreement to his own rivalry with David Letterman.
The 'Tonight Show with Jay Leno' host has extended his contract until 2014 after the network slashed his show's budget, leading him to take a 50 percent pay cut.
'We've consistently been number one in the ratings and, if you know anything about our network, that kind of thing is frowned upon,' the 'Tonight Show with Jay Leno' host says in his monologue.