Jay Leno

Guest judge Jay Leno pushed the button to vault the young diva to the live show.
The comedian returned to the show he once hosted hours after Trump quoted him about the state of late-night TV humor.
The president ironically cited a "Fox & Friends" segment as he attacked late-night TV comedians.
The scandal around the King of Pop, featured in the documentary "Leaving Neverland," served as fodder for talk show hosts and comics.
“I can’t think of anything I’d do different,” he said in an interview with Andy Cohen.
The former late-night host apparently couldn't resist.
The former 'Tonight Show' host returned once again to do his shtick.
The monologues show a lot has changed since the U.S. invaded Iraq.
There's no proof the official code name for the war was ever "OIL."
"At some point, you want to use TV as an escape," Leno says of Trump fatigue.
But he also felt it was necessary to poke fun at Caitlyn Jenner's transition.
“I shouldn’t say this on television ― I like speed.”
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