For Sandra Bullock, one of Jay Leno's final "Tonight Show" guests, the late-night host put together a special montage for the Oscar winner, which included clips from her many appearances on the show.
"You haven't changed, but your hair has changed," the comedian joked before showing the video. "It's the same beautiful face, but...well, just take a look," he said while Bullock cringed.
The montage featured 11 different hairstyles from the brunette beauty, and was accompanied by a sappy love song, obviously meant to poke fun at the 49-year-old's many changing looks!
The part of the interview that wasn't a joke, however, Bullock's touching tribute to the retiring 63-year-old.
"I'd like to say something. I'm going to start crying," the "Gravity" star said before getting emotional. "You've always been so kind. That's saying a lot in this business because we like to be mean.
"There's not been one time that you haven't treated me like I had something to offer," she continued. "Even when the film was horrible and you knew it, you never let me see it in your eyes. When I made crazy life decisions you never questioned (them)."
Bullock also addressed the show's crew, who are reportedly losing their jobs when the "Tonight Show" moves to New York to accommodate new host Jimmy Fallon.
"You were always so welcoming and every single person on your crew was that way consistently, and I just felt special even when I felt very insecure," she expressed.
"And everyone, I think, in this room and in this country, has felt that every day that you've been in their homes. I'm so grateful that I got to be a part of this."
Leno was clearly touched and responded, "You are special," before kissing Bullock's hand.
Earlier in the show, he had compared seeing the star on-screen in 1993 to seeing his wife for the first time. “You just popped and I went, 'Oh, my god. This person's gotta be a big star.' And it all came true," the comedian gushed.
Leno's last show will air Thursday, Feb. 6 with special guests Billy Crystal and Garth Brooks, who appeared as the silver-haired host's first guests back in 1992. Fallon takes over on Feb. 17 with guests Will Smith and U2.
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