Tim McGraw Tapped to Be on First Week of New “Tonight Show”

Jay Leno picked Garth Brooks to be his last guest on NBC’s Tonight Show.

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Jay Leno picked Garth Brooks to be his last guest on NBC’s Tonight Show.

And now, Jay’s replacement, Jimmy Fallon, is turning to country music again to help him relaunch the show.

Tim McGraw will be on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on Feb. 19. Actor Bradley Cooper will be on that same night.

Jimmy is launching his reign on Monday, Feb. 17, with Will Smith and U2.

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