Jay Leno said goodbye after 22 years on "The Tonight Show" last night. Garth Brooks wasn't the only person who sang for him. Kim Kardashian sang too. Thankfully, it was only for one verse. Kim was part of an ensemble that sang a specially-tweaked version of "So Long, Farewell" from "The Sound of Music". Her line was, "So long, farewell, tonight I told my folks. And now, I won't be the butt of Leno's jokes." Billy Crystal, Jack Black, Carol Burnett, Jim Parsons, Sheryl Crow and Oprah Winfrey all showed up to add verses, too. fter Leno's monologue they went to a video of celebrities telling Jay what he can do now that he's retired. Those celebrities included President Obama, who joked he was making Leno ambassador to Antarctica as payback for all the jokes he's told about him. Jay didn't break down until the end of the show, when he gave a final speech. He said, "This has been the greatest 22 years of my life." He talked about how lucky he was and thanked the audience. Then he thanked his staff. Jimmy Fallon's first episode is Monday, February 17th. Here is the musical number - it starts around 2:15 and then it's the Advice for Leno segment below:
Charlie Sheen hasn't been able to let go of the whole situation with "Two and a Half Men" even though it's now been three years since his infamous meltdown. On Wednesday, Ashton Kutcher called him out about it on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" saying, "Dude, shut the f*** up. Like, enough already. Like it's three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter! Come on, dude! Really?" Well, yesterday, Charlie apologized - sort of. He Tweeted, "Ashton: Message received. So sorry. You sounded like me! Well done! My bad. I was pissed at other crap, and took it out on you. Hope you are good." But then, Charlie followed it up with this, "But news flash: Dude, you ever tell me to shut the f*** up, EVER again, and I'll put you on a hospital food diet for a year. Ya feel me, Jr.?" Click to 2:56 to the Charlie shout out!
The "New York Post" claims the producers of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2" have decided to finish shooting Philip Seymour Hoffman's by digitally re-creating him. Supposedly, they're doing it using "computer graphics and camera tricks." There was one "major scene" that wasn't completed and we'd heard that Hoffman only had seven days remaining on the shooting schedule. I wonder if we'll be able to tell which scene it is once the film comes out.
Filming of "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta" turned into a free-for-all Wednesday. The cast was shootign the opening of a restaurant. A massive brawl erupted during production, leaving stars bloodied and injured. VH1 cameras were rolling the entire time. Momma Dee got hit over the head with a bottle!!