Jimmy Fallon Taking Over "The Tonight Show" in NYC?

Posted Wednesday March 20, 2013 6:50 PM GMT

Though speculation has been happening for awhile, more reports are coming out that Jimmy Fallon will, in fact, replace Jay Leno as host of "The Tonight Show."

The "Late Night" host will take over by fall 2014 at the latest, according to The New York Times, along with another big change.

After over 40 years in L.A., the show will return to its original location in New York City. Giving indirect credit to the report, NBC did confirm that Jimmy is getting a new studio at Rockefeller Center.

When asked about the possibility in a recent GQ interview, the 38-year-old comedian said, "I mean, in the nicest way, who really cares? In the nicest way. It would be great, sure, I guess. I'd love it, but it's not on my mind. I'm in no rush to do anything. I'm kind of a boring character in that book. I'm not in a fight with Jay or Conan, or any of them. I don't have that story.

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