It was announced last week that Jerry Seinfeld will be the first guest on NBC's "The Jay Leno Show," but the stars
keep coming for the comic's opening week in primetime.
It was announced on Friday (Aug. 28) that after Seinfeld (with musical guests Jay-Z, Rihanna and Kanye West) on Monday, Tuesday will see none other than couch-jumping A-lister Tom Cruise. Robin Williams and Hannah "Miley Cyrus" Montana will appear on Wednesday. Catwoman (Halle Berry, if you prefer) will be joined by Bruce Hornsby and Eric Clapton on Thursday. And carrying Friday alone is Drew Barrymore.
That lineup is far better than the opening week for Conan O'Brien's "The Tonight Show," which may have something to do with why "The Tonight Show" remains in a ratings slump against David Letterman.