Is there a chance Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones won't get divorced? Douglas told Jay Leno last week that he was "hopeful" about possibly salvaging their 13-year marriage.
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11. Best Comeback: Nearly two decades after his raucous, late-night talk show went off the air, Arsenio Hall is back... and his shtick couldn't be more current. In the intro segment of the first new episode of The Arsenio Hall Show, Hall lays on a couch, fretting about returning to late-night. "Once I'm at No. 1, I should be able to stay in late night forever if I want to," he says. "That makes sense, doesn't it?" The camera pulls back to reveal that ...
Apparently, Sharon Osbourne kisses and tells. The Talk co-host revealed on Monday's episode that before she married Ozzy Osbourne, she had a fling withJay Leno.
"Remember, [I was] 25, I had met my husband, but we weren't together. We were just friends," Osbourne began. "So, I'm here, I didn't have a boyfriend — I never did date a lot at that time anyway because I was not very date-able."
There is a new king of late night, according to TV Guide Magazine's annual survey of star salaries. And he's a very rich king.
The Daily Show host Jon Stewart is now earning between $25-30 million a year, according to several sources (his network, Comedy Central, did not comment). That puts Stewart ahead of the past perennial late night salary leaders Jay Leno and David Letterman. Leno took a significant pay cut last year, as NBC wanted to reduce costs at Tonight. He now earns around $20 million a year after being up near $30 million. Letterman is also said to be in the $20 million range as the license fee CBS pays to his production company, Worldwide Pants, for Late Show has been reduced in recent years.
Jay Leno will say his second goodbye to The Tonight Show this February, Deadline.com reports.
Leno's final Tonight Show is scheduled to air on...