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Garth Brooks Will Be Leno’s Final Musical Guest
Garth Brooks Will Be Leno’s Final Musical Guest

Garth Brooks will be Jay Leno’s final musical guest when he wraps up his hosting duties on the Tonight Show February 6.  The show will also include appearances by Billy Crystal who was Leno’s first guest and Jimmy Fallon who will take over for Leno on February 17.

Peyton is going back to the Super Bowl!!  The big game is set.  The Denver Broncos will face the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVII, February 2nd.   The 49ers/Seahawks game was a good one but that’s not what people are talking about today.  It’s Erin Andrews attempt at interviewing Seattle cornerback, Richard Sherman. If you missed it, take a look.

NBC got great ratings with the live version of The Sound of Music, starring Carrie Underwood, so they are going to try a new one. NBC execs say to prepare yourself for flying children, state of the art, lighting technology.  A live version of Peter Pan, will air December 4.  A cast has not been announced at this time.

Billy Currington will perform on tonight’s episode of The Bachelor.  He will perform a private concert for Juan Pablo and one lucky bachelorette.  The Bachelor airs tonight at 7:00 on ABC.

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