Jay Leno brought out former Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin Tuesday night to win the late night ratings war, RadarOnline.com has confirmed.
The rogue Republican’s stand up routine was viewed by about 5 million people, not as many as Jay’s opening night, but still about 1.6 million more than David Letterman’s The Late Show.
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To sum it up, after day two of the new Tonight Show, Jay Leno is still leading the race, but by a much slimmer margin. On Monday night, Leno almost doubled Letterman’s numbers.
Wednesday night Chelsea Handler, Olympic speed skate Apolo Ohno and Avril Lavigne share the stage with Jay.