Ford modified Leno's 1968 Bronco with a supercharged 5.2-liter V8 engine borrowed from the 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500, which happens to be Ford’s most powerful engine ever built.
The former judge, who was let go from the show last year after one season, broke her silence in a new interview with Variety.
Patton Oswalt, Coldplay's Chris Martin and John Legend vow to entertain while self-quarantining amid coronavirus concerns.
Two organizations dedicated to the inclusion and representation of Asian American communities in media have condemned comedian Jay Leno, and called on network NBC to sever its business ties with the former late night host. Both organizations -- Asian Americans Advancing Justice, and the Media Action Network for Asian Americans -- refer to a joke […]
Former "America's Got Talent" judges Howard Stern and Sharon Osbourne speak out about Gabrielle Union's firing.
Jay Leno says he "really enjoyed working with" Gabrielle Union, but stays quiet about his alleged joke.
Gabrielle Union was reportedly labeled "difficult" and clashed with Simon Cowell on "America's Got Talent" before she was fired.
Gabrielle Union reportedly complained about offensive incidents on set of the NBC show.
"You can tell the Kardashians you tried." When history is written, this will stand out as one of the sadder lines spoken in two weeks of impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill. Three Hollywood figures have played off-screen roles in the Ukraine saga, standing out as curious intrusions into the House probe of international corruption, bribery […]
At one point during the ride, Kevin used a walkie-talkie to radio the producers for help. “They trying to kill me,” he warned, “We definitely just almost died.“
After Leno said today's late night hosts lack civility, Oliver ran clips that showed the former "Tonight Show" host making jokes shaming Monica Lewinsky.
Jay Leno is mad as hell, and he’s not taking it anymore. The former host of “The Tonight Show” hijacked Jimmy Fallon’s monologue on Wednesday to get a few things off his chest.Here was Leno’s angry opener: “There is this annoying trend in advertising — especially on cable — where they want you to get to know the non-celebrity spokesman for whatever the product is. There’s one running on CNN right now. It says, ‘Bob is 68 years old, Bob has hemorrhoids. Learn more about Bob’s story on hemorrhoids.com.’ I don’t want to know Bob’s story, OK?”“How empty is my life that I have time to go to this website?” he continued. “Hey, if I want to see hemorrhoids, I can stand in the bathroom with a hand mirror, OK?”Also Read: Trump Applauds Jay Leno's Lament About 'One-Sided' Politics of Today's Late Night Comedy (Video)The ranting comic also tied his hemorrhoids material into a medical marijuana joke. The uncharacteristically pissed-off car collector then gave it to Apple, Amazon, and our city of angels, Los Angeles.Watch the video above.Before “Tonight” even taped, Leno was already making Wednesday headlines. Appearing on the third hour of yesterday’s “Today” show, Leno lamented the “one-sided” approach he believes present day late-night hosts take with political material.Also Read: 'The Simpsons' Boss Al Jean Believes Michael Jackson Used Cameo 'to Groom Boys'“When people see you as one-sided, it just makes it tough,” Leno said. “I did it when Clinton was horny and Bush was dumb. It was a little easier. Now it’s all very serious. I’d just like to see a little civility come back to it.”President Trump applauded Leno on Twitter for those remarks.“Actually, the one-sided hatred on these shows is incredible and for me, unwatchable,” Trump tweeted. “But remember, WE are number one – President!”Read original story Angry Jay Leno Interrupts Jimmy Fallon’s Monologue to Get a Few Things Off His Chest (Video) At TheWrap
Jay Leno discusses his relationship with Dave Letterman, how he wouldn't change anything he did during the debacle with Conan O'Brien and why he keeps quiet about Howard Stern.
Schwarzenegger normally uses his tank to reward students who stay in school with a ride, but with Jay Leno he used it to crush a limo.
A superfan of the film visits Doc's old house and even takes the DeLorean time machine 88 mph at the Twin Pines Mall.
Jay Leno challenged fellow funny man Jeff Foxworthy to a race in vintage Lamborghini and Porsche tractors.
While late night TV hosts are tracking the goings-on of President Trump, Twitter, and the rest of the world, Jay Leno is focused on cars.
Every season of “Jay Leno's Garage” has featured a competition between Jay Leno and his "nemesis," Tim Allen. Both gentlemen are standup comedians, both had incredibly successful careers on television — and both are completely obsessed with automobiles.
Jason Zinoman’s “Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night (Harper),” on sale Tuesday, is a forensic biography of — I’ll just put this out here now, so you know where I stand — the greatest talk-show host ever. Zinoman, who covers the comedy beat for the New York Times, comes at David Letterman as a fan, as a critic, and as a reporter. The author knows he has to include Letterman’s failings, both professional and personal, yet his goal is to make his subtitle ring true: Letterman as “the last giant” of a TV genre that is now overrun by lesser mortals seeking niche audiences and demographic shards.
Leno throws shade at President Trump, saying, "Is he that thin-skinned? You know, if this guy was any more of a pussy, he could grab himself."
Former late night hosts, Jay Leno and Craig Ferguson, went head-to-head on “Lip Sync Battle” Thursday night. Jay started it off with a head-banging performance of Sweet’s “Ballroom Blitz” from 1974. Craig followed that up with another hit from the ’70s, “I Wanna Be Sedated” by the Ramones.
Their time in the White House may be coming to an end, but we can only hope that President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama continue to appear on television.