Jay Leno News Archive
Kendall Jenner Won't Let Caitlyn Jenner Drive Her 1956 Corvette! Watch This Jay Leno's Garage Preview To Find Out Why!
This must be killing Caitlyn Jenner!
In the upcoming installment, Jay meets up with the famous family members to compare Kenny's restored 1956 Chevy Corvette to the brand-new Corvette Grand Sport.
While the model admitted the new whip "sounds sick," the Caitlyn confessed her daughter is in love with its older counterpart.
In fact, the 67-year-old exclaimed Kendall won't even let her behind the wheel, saying:
Chrissy Teigen Leads Celebs In PERFECT Recreation Of Michael Jackson's Beat It Music Video For Lip Sync Battle Season 3! Watch!
They're never gonna be able to beat this!
When Spike first ordered Lip Sync Battle way back in 2015, they probably never expected for the musical game show to become its highest-rated program.
That's right — The host and color commentator went all out for a spot-on recreation of Michael's iconic Beat It music video on Thursday ahead of next month's premiere.
But Chrissy and LL aren't in this alone… they've brought along an all-star crew — including Uzo Aduba, Laverne Cox, Don Cheadle, John Cho, Jeff Dye, America Ferrera, Craig Ferguson, Regina Hall, Sarah Hyland, DeAndre Jordan, Milla Jovovich, Ben Kingsley, Jay Leno, TJ Miller, Lupita Nyong'o, Rob Riggle, Ruby Rose, Wanda Sykes, and Samira Wiley… just to name a few.
You just never know who'll stop by!
Ch-ch-check out the first promo for LSB Season 3 before it premieres Wednesday, October 12 at 9 p.m. EST on Spike (below)!!!
Drama! Drama! Drama!
In case you aren't familiar, Billy Eichner hosts a HIGHlarious show called Billy On The Street where he goes up to random New Yorkers and asks them questions about pop culture! If y'all aren't watching this gem, DO IT NOW!
Unfortunately, on Friday, the 37-year-old saw a Capital One commercial on Twitter that seemed a little too familiar!
The ad stars Ross Mathews who asks people on the street about credit cards. Déjà vu, much?!
When Eichner saw the bit, he went on Twitter and put the Hello Ross star on blast!
Freddie Prinze Jr. Is Hosting A New Celebrity Impersonation Game Show! Get The Deets On First Impressions!
This looks like a fun show!
Freddie Prinze Jr. will host a new celebrity impression game show on USA Network called First Impressions, it was announced on Friday.
The series, which is set to premiere on May 10 on the network, will get a good lead-in, too; USA has ordered eight more episodes of the popular show Chrisley Knows Best and will air them weekly immediately before Prinze's new gig.
The celeb impression show will also feature Saturday Night Live alum
David Letterman Reveals He 'Doesn't Care That Much About Television Anymore' After Retiring From The Late Show! Find Out Why!
After hosting late night shows for over three decades, says he is fully embracing life off the air since retiring in May!
Speaking to Whitefish Review, the 68-year-old explained that he wasn't sure how he was going to feel once Stephen Colbert took over his desk — but it turned out it felt all too natural to move on!
It seems like this was happening just yesterday!
Jimmy Fallon has been an incredible host on The Tonight Show, but that doesn't mean we've forgotten about past hosts — well one in particular!
That's why when Jimmy 'pulled a hammy' on one of his jokes, he decided to tap out and tag his old buddy and former Tonight Show host, Jay Leno, in!
The 65-year-old comedian looked like he never left that game as he made fun of the government, the economy, and of course the Kardashians! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious throwback to Leno's hosting days and let us know who you think is the better Tonight Show host!
Jay Leno Thinks Jimmy Kimmel Gets Low Ratings Because He's Too Mean! See All The Late Night Shade HERE!
We bet Sarah Silverman would agree with him — HA!
Jimmy Kimmel may be one of the reigning kings of Late Night, but that doesn't mean he's necessarily loved by everyone in the industry.
In a recent interview, Jay Leno got a little blunt while promoting his new CNBC show Jay Leno's Garage, and called Jimmy out for being so mean.
In fact, the former Tonight Show host blamed Jimmy Kimmel Live's less than stellar ratings on his "mean streak," saying: