Congratulation to @JayRockman--who seriously did just win the #Selfie Awards (and proved Jay Leno doesn't give a damn nowadays)...
March 16, 2014
The world has known about Lamborghini’s successor to the Gallardo, the Huracan, for a while now. Ever since photos of Lamborghini’s next big thing were leaked at the end of 2013 and word got out that the ever-popular Gallardo was leaving production, people have been clamoring for all things Huracan.As Automobili Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann says in the video below, the...
Last night, Jay Leno had his final night as host of NBC’s “The Tonight Show” and had star-studded end to the night.
Actor Billy Crystal dropped by the show and gave Jay, a special musical tribute that included a cameo from Chris Paul singing, “So Long Farewell”:
Paul image courtesy of Getty Images
Hey now! A few months ago, I started watching The Larry Sanders Show, one of the most brilliant send-ups of American TV culture in history. If you missed Gary Shandling's fake show, or you just slept through the 1990s, it's worth checking.Last night, I wiped tears watching Jay Leno. But if you want to see what a late night show finale should be, this is it. On Larry's "goodbye show...
After more than two decades as host of the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” Leno’s last show airs Thursday night on NBC. On Feb. 17, Jimmy Fallon will take over, leaving Leno to tend to his countless cars.Leno’s not a big golfer, but he has been known to have a pro on his show occasionally, such as Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Annika Sorenstam. More recently, Bubba Watson...
As Jay Leno's time as host of the Tonight Show comes to an end, its hard to shed a tear for the "Denim Knight" since everyone knows it just means he has more time to play with his massive car collection. Speaking of that collection, here's a look at some of the best from Leno's personal automobile collection.
This year hasn’t exactly been the greatest for fans of the Los Angeles Lakers and last night’s edition of “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, Magic Johnson decided to open up about his former team.
In the below clip, Magic talks about the current state of the Lakers and what the Lakers need to do to get back to championship levels:
Johnson image courtesy of Getty Images