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Jay Leno's 30-year run on NBCUniversal comes to an end with CNBC cancelling Jay Leno's Garage
Just months after his fiery accident that left him with severe burns all over his face, Jay Leno is now seemingly out of work, with CNBC reportedly canceling his series Jay Leno's Garage.Leno, 72, had hosted Jay Leno's Garage since 2014, just months after his final episode of NBC's The Tonight Show aired in February 2014.The cancellation (via The Hollywood Reporter) would bring an end to a 30-year streak of Leno programs airing on NBCUniversal's networks, since Leno started hosting The Tonight Show in 1992. Canceled: Just months after his fiery accident that left him with severe burns all over his face, Jay Leno is now seemingly out of work, with CNBC reportedly canceling his series Jay Leno's Garage Jay: Leno, 72, had hosted Jay Leno's Garage since 2014, just months after his final episode of NBC's The Tonight Show aired in February 2014.Jay Leno's Garage first started as a web series for NBC.com in 2014, before a special aired on CNBC in August 2014 that prompted an upgrade to full-time series.The show - filmed at Jay Leno's Big Dog Garage in Burbank - is described as, 'a star-studded, action-packed exploration of all things automotive.' Many episodes featured celebrity car fanatics like Leno, with the seventh and final season featuring Brie Larson, Post Malone, Gaten Matarazzo, Kelly Clarkson, Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Pitbull, James Marsden, Danica Patrick, Alfonso Ribeiro, Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias, Tig Notaro, Reggie Watts, Tony Hawk, Mike Rowe, Jim Jefferies, Jeff Dunham and Diego Boneta.
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Jay Leno, 72, shops with wife Mavis, 76, in LA for groceries... after suffering burns in garage fire
Things appear to be back to normal for Jay Leno, less than two months after he suffered third-degree burns in an accidental garage fire. The 72-year-old star and his wife Mavis, 76, were seen grocery shopping Tuesday at a Pavilions location in Los Angeles, as the comedy icon appearing to be in good health in the wake of the scary incident. The former host of The Tonight Show wore his trademark ensemble of a blue denim collared shirt over a T-shirt, with matching blue jeans and black boots.  The latest: Jay Leno, 72, and his wife Mavis, 76, were seen grocery shopping Tuesday at a Pavilions location in Los Angeles, as the comedy icon appeared to be in good health less than two months after he suffered third-degree burns in an accidental garage fireHe and his spouse carried multiple grocery bags out of the Southern California establishment. Mavis donned a black coat with a multicolored scarf, a shimmery top and blue pants with black shoes on the winter day.   Leno flashed a peace sign for photographers outside of the grocery store. Earlier this month, Leno spoke in-depth about the burns he suffered on his face and body in a garage fire November 12.  Leno flashed a peace sign for photographers outside of the grocery store The former host of The Tonight Show wore his trademark ensemble of a blue denim collared shirt over a T-shirt, with matching blue jeans and black boots.Speaking with Hoda Kotb on NBC News' Today, Leno detailed the series of events in the injury he suffered as he worked in his garage alongside his friend Dave Killackey.'It was a 1907 White Steam Car,' Leno said. 'The fuel line was clogged so I was underneath it.
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Jay Leno takes vintage Bentley for a spin in LA five days after being discharged from burn center
Jay Leno was spotted indulging his love of retro cars the Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend by taking a vintage Bentley out for a spin in Los Angeles.The 72-year-old was discharged from a burn center on Monday after a horrifying accident when he was working on one of his throwback automobiles and a 1907 steam engine exploded in his face.However he clearly has not allowed the incident to dim his affection for his impressive car collection, and five days after leaving the hospital he was back in action navigating one of the vehicles through LA traffic. Out and about: Jay Leno was spotted indulging his love of retro cars the Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend by taking a vintage Bentley out for a spin in Los AngelesThe legendary former late-night talk-show host seemed in fine fettle during his latest outing, dressed in his typical style including a full-sleeved denim shirt.Some burns however were still visible on the fingers of his right hand as he raised it up to his face.  One day before Thanksgiving he was seen visiting the hospital where he was treated for his third degree burns - as he returned to pick up cards from the heroic medical staff who took care of him and to gift them a box of cookies. Driving himself in a blue electric Tesla, 72-year-old Leno returned to the Grossman Burn Center - where he had been a patient after he was scalded when a vintage 1907 steam engine suddenly exploded in his face.
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Jay Leno, 72, to RETURN to the stage just days after sustaining third-degree burns
Jay Leno has revealed he will return to performing - just days after being discharged from hospital following a terrifying car fire which left him with third-degree burns.The iconic TV host, 72,  was at his LA mansion on Saturday, November 12 when one of the vehicles 'erupted into flames without warning' -  with the star sustaining facial burns and requiring skin-graft surgery. The star told paparazzi who greeted him as he stopped at a gas station on Tuesday that he was doing 'good' and has plans to drive the vintage car that burst into flames next week as the car didn't do anything wrong.' He's back! Jay Leno has revealed he will return to performing - just days after being discharged from hospital following a terrifying car fire which left him with third-degree burns (pictured Tuesday)The star also revealed he will be taking to the stage at 7pm on Sunday at the Comedy Magic Club in Hermosa Beach, California, a place he has been performing at weekly for three decades.When a snapper suggested he get some rest before the gig, the star quipped: 'Yeah, I need barbecue!'  The star was discharged from the Grossman Burn Center in Los Angeles on Monday, after receiving treatment for 10 days.  Dr. Peter Grossman told ET of Leno's recovery: 'He's got a very strong attitude.
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Jerry Seinfeld cruelly jokes Jay Leno 'wasn't that much to look at before'
Jerry Seinfeld poked a little fun at his longtime friend and fellow comedian Jay Leno on Monday.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.Adding a bit of humor, the Seinfeld star then joked that 72-year-old Leno 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.' Visit Extra for moreOf course, Seinfeld was not making 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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