In an interview with The Associated Press, the silved-haired talk-show host said, “I’m not a big tweet guy. A 63-year-old guy reading Miley Cyrus’ tweets is a little creepy. Move on.”
But the affable comic, whose 22-year tenure on the show ends Thursday, points to interesting facts: “Tonight” was No. 1 among viewers when he took it over and will be when he hands it off to Jimmy Fallon, and he’ll have taped more shows than anyone, Johnny Carson included, with the final and 4,610th one.
Meanwhile, late-night shows are bringing out A-list guests during the big final week. On his finale, Leno hosts Billy Crystal and Garth Brooks. Jimmy Kimmel will have Matt Damon and George Clooney. And David Letterman has booked The Flaming Lips with Sean Lennon.
Fallon takes over Feb. 17 after the Olympics.
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Chris Brown will complete a 90-day rehabilitation program rather than go to jail in connection with a misdemeanor assault case in Washington, D.C.
Russian model Kira Dikhtyar, appearing on the TV show “The Face,” claims that Naomi Campbell bullied her.
Miley Cyrus posed nude for the March cover of W magazine.
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Singer Natalie Imbruglia is 39.
Comedian Rob Corddry is 43.
Actress Gabrielle Anwar is 44.
Singer Clint Black is 52.
Singer Alice Cooper is 66.