Jay Leno's Final "Tonight Show" . . . Kim Kardashian Sang . . . and Jay Did Tear Up Saying Goodbye
GARTH BROOKS wasn't the only person who sang for JAY LENO'S final "Tonight Show" last night. KIM KARDASHIAN sang for him, too. Thankfully, it was only for one verse.
Kim was part of an ensemble that sang a specially-tweaked version of "So Long, Farewell" from "The Sound of Music". Her line was, quote, "So long, farewell, tonight I told my folks. And now, I won't be the butt of Leno's jokes."
Billy Crystal, Jack Black, Carol Burnett, Jim Parsons, Sheryl Crow and Oprah Winfrey all showed up to add verses, too.
Jay signed off by getting tearful and saying, quote, "It really is time to go, hand it off to the next guy. It really is." He said he was the luckiest guy in the world to host the show for 22 years.
Charlie Sheen Apologized to Ashton Kutcher . . . and Then Threatened Him
CHARLIE SHEEN hasn't been able to LET GO of the whole situation with "Two and a Half Men" . . . even though it's now been THREE YEARS since his infamous meltdown.
On Wednesday, ASHTON KUTCHER called him out about it on "Jimmy Kimmel Live", saying, quote, "Dude, shut the [eff] up. Like, enough already. Like it's three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter. Come on, dude! Really?"
Well, yesterday, Charlie APOLOGIZED. Sort of. He Tweeted, quote, "Ashton: Message received. So sorry. You sounded like me! Well done! My bad. I was pissed at other crap, and took it out on you. Hope you are good."
But then, Charlie followed it up with this: Quote, "But news flash: Dude, you ever tell me to shut the [eff] up, EVER again, and I'll put you on a hospital food diet for a year. Ya feel me, Jr.?"
By the way, Ashton turns 36 today.
Leonardo DiCaprio Has Never Done Drugs
Believe it or not, there are some people in Hollywood who have NEVER used drugs . . . not even "experimented" with them.
LEONARDO DICAPRIO is 39 years old, and has been acting since he was a teenager . . . but he says he's never once done drugs.
He tells the "L.A. Times", quote, "Never done it. That's because I saw this stuff literally every day when I was three or four years old. So Hollywood was a walk in the park for me . . .
"I'd go to parties, and it was there and, yeah, there's that temptation." Leonardo says the L.A. neighborhood he grew up in was filled with prostitution, drug addicts and gang violence.
Now, we're assuming Leonardo's definition of "drugs" includes marijuana, but he isn't completely sober. He drinks, and has admitted to partying a lot in his younger days. He also has a major tobacco habit, and is really into e-cigarettes right now.
But apparently, it was all ACTING when you saw his character do cocaine and Quaaludes in his new movie, "The Wolf of Wall Street".
Did Selena Gomez Leave Rehab Early?
This week, SELENA GOMEZ'S rep confirmed that Selena spent two weeks in rehab last month . . . but said it was NOT for substance abuse.
Now, TMZ is claiming it was a six-week program . . . but that Selena BAILED after two weeks, against the advice of "medical professionals." They claim she was there because she has issues with alcohol, pot and the prescription drug Ambien.
New Movies in Theaters
1. "The Monuments Men" (PG-13)
A World War II movie based on the real life mission to recover stolen art masterpieces before the Nazis could destroy them.
George Clooney directed it, and leads a platoon of seven museum directors and art historians, including Matt Damon, Bill Murray, and John Goodman. Cate Blanchett is in it too, as a member of the French Resistance.
2. "The LEGO Movie" (PG) T
Chris Pratt from "Parks and Recreation" plays Emmett, an ordinary Lego figure who's mistakenly identified as the one person destined to save the Lego world from an evil tyrant.
Will Ferrell plays the bad guy, and Morgan Freeman is the ancient wizard who predicts Emmett will become the greatest Master Builder of all time.
Elizabeth Banks is the hot Lego chick who starts to fall for Emmett, even though she's already dating Batman . . . who's voiced by Will Arnett. And Liam Neeson, Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, and Shaq do some of the other voices.
3. "Vampire Academy" (PG-13)
It's about a princess at a boarding school for vampires, and her best friend, who's assigned to protect her from being killed. Australian actress Lucy Fry is the princess, and Zoey Deutch from "Ringer" is her bodyguard in training.
Sarah Hyland from "Modern Family" and Bond girl Olga Kurylenko are in it too.