“I don’t miss it,” he reveals to Closer. “It was great fun but I have no regrets [about leaving].” Jay, 67, feels current events have made hosting a late night gig a lot harder. “It was a different time [before] all this negative stuff.”
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These days he’s happy to combine two of his passions — cars and TV — into the CNBC series Jay Leno’s Garage. And he insists he’s not racing toward retirement. “I’ll wait until I have my stroke,” Jay jokes. “That’s when I’ll retire.”
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