Maybe you shouldn’t eat the salad this time…
“My goal is to just make you laugh so you go to sleep with a smile on your face.”
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“So long, farewell, you really raised the bar. If you were me, you’d buy them all a car.”
He’s had a number of performances, apparently.
The Season 3 trailer for Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, exclusively on BuzzFeed, sees Seinfeld discuss cunnilingus with Howard Stern and feces with Tina Fey. You’re welcome.
The Texas senator who led the charge to shut down the federal government for more than two weeks made his late night debut Friday on “The Tonight Show.”
The Golden State held a recall election in October 2003 to oust its governor. Here are some of the best moments showcasing American democracy at work.
The gigantic cost of running an Emmy campaign, the biggest losers and more!
“When I was in school, they never told you how did that happen. Well, okay. Hitler becomes dictator, and he rounds up all the jews. ‘Yeah, but how did…’ This is how it starts,” comedian Jay Leno says. Leno and President Obama also talked about Russia’s anti-LGBT laws when the president appeared on “The Tonight Show” Tuesday.
“[E]very judgment should be made on the track, or in the swimming pool, or on the balance beam, and people’s sexual orientation shouldn’t have anything to do with it,” Obama says on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
The Broadway diva belted out her advice for the embattled politician on last night’s Tonight Show
The latest installment of “Hey, Wasn’t Aaron Paul In That Thing?” comes courtesy of The Tonight Show. (Jay Leno, we could have told you that Aaron Paul was on 90210. Have you seen his pops? Or his Price Is Right clip, for that matter?)
This will blow your mind (your waistline is already screwed).
In an appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Jane Lynch spoke about her Glee co-star Cory Monteith, who died Saturday.
The Dirty Wars director, who spent the past week promoting his new film on cable news, called MSNBC “one long episode of the E! True Hollywood Story of Barack Obama.”
But there’s a lot of them. A breakdown of who’s watching who on late-night TV.
Stop everything you’re doing and watch this right now.
About the time he told her to “f*ck off” for no apparent reason. A real nice guy!
She was so unhappy about it that she called Jay Leno an asshole — twice.
Some handled it with class, while others were practically gloating about it.
That story and more in today’s CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
While the song may have left us with more questions than answers about the future of late night, one thing is clear — Jay Leno has a killer belt.
He’s been No. 1 for two decades, but he’s treated more like Public Enemy No 1. To be cool is to hate Jay.
He calls himself a “class clown,” but I’m pretty sure everyone else thought he was the Resident Cool Guy.
Cheez Whiz and Kool-Aid and bubble gum don’t necessarily bring to mind gallery walls. But artist Matthew Brandt is undaunted by your doubts.
You may think you’re a Fallon, but you could secretly be a Leno…
The nine-year-old, who happens to be the youngest Best Actress nominee ever, told Jay Leno the long-list of stars she hopes to rub elbows with at the Oscars.
On the Tonight Show, the President fired back at Senate candidate Richard Mourdock’s comment that pregnancy from rape is “something that God intended to happen.”