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Jerry Seinfeld cruelly jokes Jay Leno 'wasn't that much to look at before'

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Jerry Seinfeld took pot shots at his longtime friend and fellow comedian Jay Leno on Monday for the sake of laughs.The 68-year-old stand-up star shared that Leno - who suffered burns after his steam car erupted into flames in a garage - is doing 'fine' at home following a release from a burn unit in Los Angeles.But then the TV star took a cruel swipe at 72-year-old Leno saying having his face burned is not that big of a deal because 'he wasn't that much to look at before.' Ouch!

Jerry Seinfeld took pot shots at his friend Jay Leno when he shared Leno - who suffered burns after his steam car blew up - is doing 'fine' but added having his face burned is not that big of a deal because 'he wasn't that much to look at before' Serious burns: The conversation about Leno began when Seinfeld told Bush the former late night talk show king was 'fine.' When asked about Jay's 'healing trajectory,' Jerry replied, 'They gotta fix it up, but luckily he's not far from Beverly Hills.

I imagine there are people there that can help him with whatever he needs' Visit Extra for moreSeinfeld was trying to be funny and not take a real dig at his friend, said Extra's Billy Bush.The conversation about Leno began when Seinfeld told Bush the former late night talk show king was 'fine.'  When asked about Jay's 'healing trajectory,' Jerry replied, 'They gotta fix it up, but luckily he's not far from Beverly Hills.

I imagine there are people there that can help him with whatever he needs.'That is when Jerry joked, 'He wasn't that much to look at before.'Jerry is promoting his new film Unfrosted, about the Pop Tart wars, which he has directed and acts in.

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