Jan, 23 2013 | Written by ATLien
Antwan “Big Boi” Patton is hot on the promo trail for his latest album, Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors and recently hit up NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno where he convinced the talk show host to show some classic A-town love!
The episode turned out to be one big Atlanta reunion. ?Chris Tucker appeared as a guest and Big Boi performed “Apple of My Eye” from his new cd.
[FLASHBACK: Exclusive One on One with Chris Tucker: RIP Smokey! (VIDEO)]
In case you missed it, watch the full episode of the Tonight Show featuring Chris Tucker & Big Boi below… Continue Reading…
Feb, 8 2010 | Written by ATLien
Oprah played somewhat of a mediator to Jay Leno & David Letterman last night as she shared the couch with the two battling late night hosts.
Under a shroud of secrecy, the three met last Tuesday to shoot the spot in New York at the Ed Sullivan Theater, where Letterman tapes his show.? Leno arrived incognito, wearing a hooded sweatshirt, glasses and faux mustache and Oprah flew in for a day to shoot the spot.
Video below + find out how it all came about: Continue Reading…
Sep, 14 2009 | Written by ATLien
Kanye West hit up Jay Leno and offered yet another apology for the stunt he pulled on Taylor Swift during the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards (Click Here to watch). I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling a bit of Kanye overload right now. But since I’m all for the people, I thought I’d share this transcript and video of Kanye’s 3rd apology on Jay Leno. (Apology #1, Apology #2)
JAY LENO: Have a seat, my friend. First of all, let me say thank you for honoring this commitment. A lot of times, people ? They kind of back out at the last minute, or they have a publicist or someone call and say, ?Oh, I?m sorry, my client?s not available.? So thank you for coming and doing this, in light of all the things that have been going on.
Tell me about your day. Have you had a tough day today?
KANYE WEST: Yeah, it?s been extremely difficult. I just ? just dealing with the fact that I hurt someone or took anything away, you know, from a talented artist or from anyone, because I only wanted to help people. My entire life, I?ve only wanted to give and do something that I felt was right. And I immediately knew in the situation that it was wrong, and it wasn?t a spectacle or just ? you know, it?s actually someone?s emotions, you know, that I stepped on. And it was very ? it was just ? it was rude, period. And, you know, I?d like to be able to apologize to her in person. And I wanted to ?
JAY LENO: So when did you know you were wrong? Was it afterwards? as you were doing it? When did it strike you, ?Uh-oh??