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Jay Leno is leaving his late night prime-time slot On Feb. 6, the night before the Winter Olympics are set to begin. Leno will be having one last guest, Billy Crystal. Crystal was the first guest to ever appear on Leno's late night talk show.
USA Today reported that Crystal sat down on the couch back in May 25, 1992, the first time that Leno was featured on the air as the late night host.
Country male superstar Garth Brooks will be the last musical guest for Leno.
Before the final show airs, a lot of stars will be stopping by during the final week, including, Matthew McConaughey, Sandra Bullock, Charles Barkley, Blake Shelton and Lyle Lovett. Lovett is the guest who holds the record for the show's most frequent musical guest, TV Guide reported.
Back in May 2009, Leno retired for the first time from the Tonight Show stage, but now Leno will take his final bow on Feb. 6.
Jimmy Fallon, will be taking over for Leno on Feb. 17, but before the transition, Fallon will stop by the show with Leno.
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