02:05 PM EDT 11/25/2013
Originally posted 03/13/2012 08:20AM
Jessica Simpson took her maternity wardrobe to new heights Monday night – with her footwear.
"We're waddling at this point," the expectant star, 31, told Jay Leno on Monday's Tonight Show. "I'm wearing six-inch heels today, and it's a lot of weight to carry on six inches."
Although Simpson, who recently went behind her dad's back to bare all for ELLE, says she's not quite ready to give birth to her baby girl, she's already preparing for the worst.
"Labor is really going to hurt," says the mother-to-be, whose new show Fashion Star premieres Tuesday (9:30 p.m. ET) on NBC. "I have so much respect for my mom and all the women across the world."
Originally posted 10/25/2011 09:55PM
Originally posted 07/19/2011 08:45PM
Appearing on The Tonight Show on Tuesday, Jenna Fischer was asked by host Jay Leno if her parents were thrilled over their first grandchild.
"This is the second grandchild," The Office star corrected, "but first grandson."
When Leno jumped on the word grandson, Fischer confirmed that she and husband Lee Kirk are expecting a boy.
"This is the exclusive, Jay," says Fischer, 37, who appears in the upcoming film A Little Help. "When I went to my movie premiere the other day a reporter asked me if I knew what I was having, and I said I do, but I’m not sharing that yet because I’m [going to] have Jay be the first to know.”
Originally posted 07/30/2010 09:10AM
"You go to a bank and you have a card ... I honestly don't know exactly."
Jennifer Aniston, after explaining the premise of her upcoming movie The Switch (in which her character seeks a sperm donor to have a child), responds to Jay Leno's question about how sperm banks operate on the Tonight Show Thursday.
Originally posted 03/31/2010 03:30PM
Joy Behar may have been the guest on Tuesday's The Tonight Show, but host Jay Leno was the one who really dished.
In a short conversation backstage, Leno told Behar for her HLN show that he and Conan O'Brien were both "treated terribly" in January's shake-up at NBC, which eventually restored him as host of The Tonight Show.
"Conan got screwed. I got screwed," Leno said. "This is TV. The reason show business pays a lot of money is so when you get screwed you've got something left over."
But Leno expects O'Brien, who recently announced a 30-city North American tour, to return to television eventually.
Originally posted 03/17/2010 01:00PM
Originally posted 03/17/2010 10:40AM
Originally posted 03/02/2010 11:00AM
Back running NBC's Tonight Show, Jay Leno couldn't have been happier if he were a boy reunited with his dog. Or maybe a dog reunited with his boy. He bounced and bounded onto the stage.
"It's good to be home," he said Monday night. "I'm Jay Leno, your host – at least for a while." Then he launched into a string of jokes on the Olympics, Alan Greenspan, NBC, airlines, Cheerios, Dick Cheney's heart, The Bachelor, tight pants, Tiger Woods, everything under the moon. He said to band leader Kevin Eubanks: "Isn't 11:30 a lot more fun?"
Certainly more fun than 10 p.m.: The short-lived Jay Leno Show reduced NBC's last hour in prime time to a long, wide supermarket aisle selling nothing but Leno.
Originally posted 03/01/2010 09:25PM
After a tumultuous turn at 10 p.m., Jay Leno was back on the Tonight Show set Monday.
Originally posted 02/16/2010 07:00PM
When Jay Leno goes back to the Tonight Show, he may need to find a new musical sidekick: Bandleader Kevin Eubanks is said to be leaving Leno's side after 18 years.
NBC so far has not officially confirmed the latest shock wave to hit Leno's show, first reported by L.A. radio K-EARTH 101 and also being reported by the New York Times.
Eubanks, a jazz guitarist who joined The Tonight Show in 1992 and became bandleader two years later, simply "wanted a change" and a chance for new opportunities, according to Extra.
It wasn't clear when he intended to leave. According to Extra, it would be at some point after Leno takes The Tonight Show back from Conan O'Brien on March 1.
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