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Thursday night may have been Jay Leno's second time leaving "The Tonight Show," but it was more heartwarming than the first.
It was also more impressive in ratings. According to NBC, Leno's final "Tonight Show" episode had its highest overnight ratings since March 2009, when President Obama became the first sitting president to appear on a late-night talk show. When we start talking overall viewers, Leno pulled in the highest number he's had since 1998 with 14.6 million watching.
In late 1974, John Lennon made his last on-stage appearance at New York's Madison Square Garden to pay off a bet he'd made with Elton John about "Whatever Gets You Through the Night" hitting No. 1.
Elton was right - it did - so Lennon showed up to play three songs with the Elton John Band: "Whatever Gets You Through the Night," "I Saw Her Standing There" and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds," a Beatles song that Elton had just covered (and would also hit No. 1).
Could there be casting news more perfect than this?
After scaring us slightly with the thought of there being a "Pitch Perfect 2" without Anna Kendrick or Rebel Wilson, both actresses have since confirmed that they're on board.
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