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Coming up this evening, Jimmy Fallon brings his incomparable comedic skills and hysterical Rolodex of celebrity impersonations to "Piers Morgan Tonight" for a primetime exclusive interview.
Currently in his fourth season as host of NBC's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," the 37-year-old addresses the idea of possibly switching to another time slot:
"There is a growing little buzz around town that maybe it's time you were on a little earlier, on NBC, like 11:30 or something," suggests Piers Morgan, referencing the position presently occupied by "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
"Buzz is not coming from me. I like being where I am," says Fallon. "Doesn't matter to me."
While Fallon admits he would not turn down the famed "The Tonight Show" were it offered to him, he insists the quality of the work supersedes the hour in which it airs:
"Time slots don't matter to me, especially that late at night," says the "Saturday Night Live" alum. "You do the show, and you work hard, keep your head down, have fun with it."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening at 9 p.m. as Fallon rolls out impressions of Bruce Springsteen, Barack Obama, and Jerry Seinfeld, and also explains why he blames fellow late-night host David Letterman for the name of his current program.
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