Jay Leno already retired from “The Tonight Show” once, only to return a short time later, but it seems he may be ready to hang it up when his contract is up in 2014.
And if all goes according to plan, it stands to reason that Jimmy Fallon would be a suitable successor, as he’s knocked it out of the park as the host of “Late Night” at 12:35.
Given that 11:35 has rivals Jimmy Kimmel and David Letterman in place, Fallon’s youthful energy and mass appeal would likely serve NBC well in the ratings department.
For now, nothing is official just yet, but stay linked to the GossipCenter for all the latest details on the Fallon/Leno takeover!
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