Jay Leno served as the host of The Tonight Show for 22 years before stepping down in 2014, but the 65-year-old isn’t wallowing in nostalgia. In fact, he’s pretty certain he does not miss the late-night life.
We’ve all had bad days at work, but Late Night with Seth Meyers took it one step further.
“When characters get upset on television shows, in movies, they will angrily swipe things off their desks,” Meyers said in setting up this funny clip from his Tuesday show. “That is the universal way of saying, ‘I’m angry.’ ”
When NBC handed David LettermanLate Night in 1982, his offbeat humor ushered in a new era of late night.
Thirty-three years later, he’s stepping down from a late-night landscape that changed around him, having stayed true to himself as the medium changed from appointment viewing to something to be easily digested the next morning in three- to four-minute clips.
Renée Zellweger looked radiant Thursday as she joined other stars in honoring the legacy of Paul Newman at a Los Angeles gala for the late actor’s SeriousFun Children’s Network charity.
The actress, 46, was all smiles – in a copper-toned mid-length dress with long sheer sleeves, her hair up in a bun – as she introduced Natalie Cole, who went on to play a three-song set as part of a fun and freewheeling evening.