On the late night couches: Last guest for Leno, first guests for Fallon and Meyers

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Jimmy Fallon takes over as “Late Night” host when Jay Leno ends his 22-year run Feb. 6. | AP

As Jay Leno passes the “Late Night” torch to Jimmy Fallon on Feb. 17, he closes out his more than two-decades-long run where it all started — with Billy Crystal. His last night is Feb. 6.While promoting his new gig and time slot at the Television Critics Association press tour, Jimmy Fallon heralded his inaugural guests: Will Smith and his musical guest is U2. No word if there will be a lip-sync battle that evening, but here’s hoping the Fresh Prince shares the stage with the Edge.

Seth Meyers scored a huge get for his first night. The former “Weekend Update” anchor has his his “Saturday Night Live co-star Amy Poehler slated for the Feb. 24 debut of “Late Night.”

Here’s a video of Meyers talking about what “Late Night” will look like and Chicago’s impact on his career:

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