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Topic - Carol Burnett
Jay Leno has said goodbye to "The Tonight Show" before, but not like this. The comedian became tearful and choked up Thursday as he concluded what he called the "greatest 22 years of my life."
Make way for Jimmy Fallon.
Jay Leno said goodbye - again - to "The Tonight Show" during a taping Thursday in Burbank, Calif. Here are five memorable moments from his final show:
When Carol Burnett recorded the audio version of her memoir "Carrie and Me," about her late daughter Carrie Hamilton, the actress-comedian sensed she had support.
When Carol Burnett launched her namesake variety show in the 1960s, one TV executive told her the genre was "a man's game." She proved him wrong with an 11-year run that averaged 30 million viewers each week.
"Alfie," "Sleuth" and "Get Carter" are just a few of films that made Mr. Caine a star over the last five decades.
Liz Lemon is getting married and you're invited. Fans of "30 Rock" might have reasonably assumed that Lemon, the harried TV producer played by Tina Fey, would ride out the series' seventh and final season as a perennial bachelorette unlucky in love. But Miss Fey, who also is the creator and producer of the NBC comedy, clearly thought otherwise.
Box by box they arrived, the once glittering costumes of Broadway legends and theatre memorabilia, now dirty, tattered and forgotten. There were painstakingly hand-beaded bodices and garments worn by Julie Andrews, Carol Burnett and Vanessa Williams, each more unkempt than the next, stored on rusty hangars and covered in black soot.
Entertainer Carol Burnett is being honored by her alma mater.
Carol Burnett is being honored by her alma mater.
Lady Gaga was to be allowed to hold a second concert in Manila on Tuesday night after state censors ruled her "provocative" act was within legal bounds, a city official said.
Carol Burnett's next book likely will inspire tears along with laughter.
The notion that TV viewers need another awards show may be laughable.
The President's Day weekend box office was too close to call as the action tale "Safe House" and the love story "The Vow" competed for the No. 1 spot.
While adults and older children likely won't be on tenterhooks waiting to see how the story comes out, this import from Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli is a simple-hearted and gentle story for younger kids.
"I'm getting lovely mail from people who are very impressed with my daughter," Burnett said, including a letter this week from a man fighting depression. "He said he had kind of given up and then he read about Carrie and her fight (against cancer)."
"the wounds are still there. You don't get over it but you learn to cope," Burnett said.