Funnyman George Lopez discussed his relationships with two of the year's biggest Hollywood news makers -- his TBS late night peer Conan O'Brien, and close friend Sandra Bullock -- on the CBS Early Show Friday, and RadarOnline.com has the clip for you.
Lopez, whose late-night talk show is moving to midnight to accommodate O'Brien for the 11 p.m. slot, said he welcomed the redhead comic onto the cable network with open arms, and talked with him in private prior to the deal being done.
"You know what, a Latino and a red head, it has worked before -- Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball!" Lopez joked.
He said there were no hard feelings whatsoever about the change in start times, and expanded comment that O'Brien was not "Leno-ing" him.
Lopez defined "Leno-ing" as "someone who appears to be supportive, but is out for himself, and would use you as a stepping place for a destination."
As for Bullock, Lopez said there were no plans in the works to have her on as his guest when she is ready to break her silence about her marital woes.
"I believe that she is doing fine," he said. "I would not have had an opportunity to create in this business if not for Sandra. So, aside from anything that's happened to her in personal life, I've always loved her and I'm a huge fan of hers. And she's strong and she'll be OK."