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Confirmed, Jay Leno to Restore Reputation on 'Oprah'

January 23, 2010 (2:29 am) GMT
The host who officially takes back 'The Tonight Show' will tell his side of story in response to him being blamed for Conan O'Brien's departure.

snatches the chance to have the first interview with late night TV host who is embroiled in NBC's scheduling fiasco. Jay has been the villain in the situation whereby is forced to quit when Jay wants his old job back. This appearance on "" will restore his reputation.

Oprah has the tendency to put her guests in better light. Thus Jay reportedly reaches out to the queen of daytime talk show in order to shed off the image that he is to be blamed for Conan's departure from "The Tonight Show". "Oprah and Jay love each other," said a source. "They talk constantly."

Oprah announced on Friday, January 22 afternoon that she will conduct a quick interview with Jay in Los Angeles and it is scheduled to air on next Thursday.

On January 21 morning, it was finalized that Conan O'Brien is to leave his eight-month stint starting Friday for a total of $45 million. Jay Leno will take back his job hosting "Tonight Show" on March 1.

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