Allison Iraheta On Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien

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American Idol finalist Allison Iraheta, will appear on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien on Wednesday, July 15. Iraheta will replace American Idol winner Kris Allen, who recently had a death in his family. Allen announced on his Official Twitter page that Iraheta will be filling in for him. Iraheta has signed a record deal with 19 Recordings and Jive Records. Her debut album is expected in the fall.
Iraheta, now 17 is currently with the rest of the top 10 finalists from season 8 on the Idols Live Tour, which will be at The Staples Center this Thurday, July 16th.

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Snoop Dogg And His Low Rider Visits Conan O’Brien

Rapper Snoop Dogg was a guest on The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien and he brought his custom Lakers Championship low rider car with him. Watch the interaction in this funny video.

Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien

Conan O’Brien debuted last night as the new host of The Tonight Show replacing Jay Leno who hosted the show for 17 years. Familiar faces from Late Night were back including band leader Max Weinberg and former co-host Andy Richter back as Tonight Show Announcer. Conan’s first guest were Will Ferrell and Pearl Jam. Known for his comedy pieces, he continued that tradition last night as he gave a Tram Tour on the back lot of Universal Studios. Thank You Jay and Good Luck, Conan.

Conan’s Moving To Los Angeles

Conan O’Brien is moving to Los Angeles to take over The Tonight Show next month. Conan talked to about the move from New York and following the legacy that Jack Parr, Steve Allen, Johnny Carson and Jay Leno perfected.

The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien airs on NBC starting June 1st.


Conan Teams With Andy Richter On Tonight Show

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Conan O’Brien and Andy Richter are back together again.

Richter, who was O’Brien’s “Late Night” show sidekick from 1993-2000, has signed on to be the announcer on “The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien” when the new version of the 11:30 p.m. NBC stalwart kicks off June 1.

Richter has been involved in several comedy series. Included in that run is short-lived Fox laffer “Andy Richter Controls the Universe” and also-short-lived Peacock skein “Andy Barker, P.I.”

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