Originally posted by The Jay Leno Show blog (thejaylenoshow.com) UPDATED: ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ Guest List Posted By Bryan on February 24, 2010 8:49 AM
March 1 - March 12, 2010
Monday, March 1 - Guests include Jamie Foxx, Olympic Gold Medal Skier Lindsey Vonn and a musical performance by Brad Paisley
Tuesday, March 2 - Guests include Sarah Palin, Olympic Gold Medal Snowboarder Shaun White and a musical performance by Adam Lambert
Wednesday, March 3 - “Jaywalk All-Stars” with the Cast of “Jersey Shore,” Chelsea Handler, the most decorated American Winter Olympian of all time Speed Skater Apolo Anton Ohno and a musical performance by Avril Lavigne
**Thursday, March 4 - Guests include Matthew McConaughey and Brett Favre and a musical performance by Lifehouse
**Friday, March 5 - Guests include Morgan Freeman, Jason Reitman and a musical performance by Robin Thicke
**Monday, March 8 - Guests include Simon Cowell and a musical performance by Ben Harper
Tuesday, March 9 - Guests include Christoph Waltz, Animal Expert Dave Salmoni and a musical performance by Joan Jett and The Blackhearts
**Wednesday, March 10 - Guests include Kristen Stewart and Guy Fieri and a musical performance by Ryan Bingham
Thursday, March 11 - Guests include Dana Carvey, Kim Kardashian and a musical performance by Colbie Caillat
Friday, March 12 - Guests include Dakota Fanning and Judd Apatow
I guess Letterman will be welcoming me back on Monday.
Originally posted by lotjxGod Lord, does he think he can win people over with Palin, Farve and Jersey Shore?
Doesn't matter if you personally like them or not. Palin draws a lot of viewers because she's polarizing. People either love her to death or hang on her every word to see what she messes up next. Favre is Favre and is probably the only person who could hold the ESPN family of networks hostage while riding tractors and hanging out in Mississippi. And in case you haven't heard, people really like Jersey Shore. Like, a lot.
I don't think Leno or NBC care what you have to say. Not as long as the rest of America continues to disagree with you.
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