The late night wars are heating up as Jimmy Kimmel has booked Paul McCartney and Justin Timberlake back to back to be on his show next week.
Both concerts will shut down Hollywood Boulevard with McCartney's show being on Monday, September 23rd and then Timberlake will follow with a performance on Tuesday, September 24th.
McCartney and Timberlake will both do sit-down interviews with Kimmel before performing for what should be record-breaking crowds.
Timberlake will be doing double duty as he was announced by Jimmy Fallon to be on every Tuesday of September which Fallon called #TimberlakeTuesdays.
McCartney has a new album entitled "New" due On October 15th. Timberlake''s new album "The 20/20 Experience, 2 of 2" is due on September 30th.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Arsenio was able to snag Kendrick Lamar for tonight, but leads off with Dr. Phil tomorrow. Shoulda got this Dr. instead...
Jay Leno took to his monologue to talk about the rumors of him leaving. He hinted that Fox is nice this time of year and that NBC only cancells you when you are the number one show. That is an obvious dig at him being "forced" out of the 11:30 time slot last year.
Check out the clip above and let me know what you think.-Dr.FB
We just learned that beginning February 1, 2010, Jay Leno will be taking back his old 11:30pm time slot on NBC.
This is what Jay's been hoping for all along as his 10pm show has not done well, and audiences don't seem to be bonding with Conan's Tonight Show.
What's unclear at this point is what will happen to Conan O'Brien. Will Jay's 11:30pm show be short, followed by Conan? Or will Conan be ousted altogether and Jay will resume his original Tonight Show duties? More details to come.
TMZ reports that Jay and Conan have both been informed of the change.
What do you guys think? Happy to see Jay coming back or are you rooting for Conan to stay where he is? - Dr.FB