Now that he’s relinquished The Tonight Show to Jimmy Fallon, don’t be surprised if Jay Leno makes a move to a cable network. But also don’t be surprised if his next show doesn’t have a comedy monologue based on current events, or interviews with movie stars plugging their new motion picture.
More than 30 years ago, when I was just getting my feet wet as a television host, David Brenner — the Philly born-and-bred comedian who died of cancer last week at age 78 — sued me.
Fortunately for his family and friends, Ralphie May has finally cleaned up his life. Equally as fortunate for fans of the obese and medically compromised comedian, he hasn’t cleaned up his act.
Because she’s fairly new to the DJ world, it might take Hilton some time to match the annual take of established spinners like Calvin Harris, who reportedly made $46 million last year, or Tiesto, an Atlantic City nightclub regular who raked in a cool $32 million.