hosta,a-lister hosta’s first gig as host of HLN’s “The Tonight Show” came to an end Wednesday night.
Hosta, who had been the anchor of “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” since November, had been on a long hiatus.
She announced her departure on Twitter on Tuesday.
She told reporters she was retiring from the show, saying it was time to move on and pursue other opportunities.
She has been an HLN host since 2013.
Hostc had a 10-year deal with HLN that ran through March 2019.
She was a co-anchor of “The Today Show” for nine years before joining “Late Show With David Letterman” in June 2019.
On Monday, hostc’s agent, John Miller, released a statement to the Globe saying she is not leaving.
He also said hostc will be staying with her family in New York.
The last episode of hostc was on Tuesday, but she didn’t return to the show’s studio.
She had been in the process of putting together a farewell tour for her work.
On Wednesday, she released a video on Twitter thanking fans for their support.
“I want to thank you for all of your love, support and friendship,” she wrote.
“My thoughts and prayers are with everyone.
The next chapter of my life will be filled with you, my family, my friends and all of you.
She also thanked her fans for “their love, love and friendship.” “
Thanks for your love and support, hosta.”
She also thanked her fans for “their love, love and friendship.”
She said she had “great conversations” with the stars and that she was looking forward to the next chapter.
“It was very special,” hosta told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
On Twitter, hostb said she was “honored” to be the first host to leave the show. “
The biggest challenge has been the lack of experience, but this is an incredible privilege and I look forward to continuing my career with the amazing people and organizations that I have been a part of.”
On Twitter, hostb said she was “honored” to be the first host to leave the show.
She also posted a message thanking her fans and colleagues.
“As host of ‘The Tonight SHOW’ from 2005 to 2014, I had the pleasure and honor of hosting all of the shows that you all loved, all the guests that you trusted and many, many hours of the show,” she said.
“To all of my fans who have supported me throughout this journey, I love you and your constant support and encouragement.
I look to all of those who have been there and who will continue to be there for me and for all the millions and millions of others who will enjoy watching and listening to me and to my colleagues every day. “
This is a huge, huge day.
I’m honored to be able to share my journey with you. “
And I want to say a special thank you to everyone who has been with me throughout the journey.
I’m honored to be able to share my journey with you.
Hostc will have no new episodes of “Tonight Show” as she transitions from host to broadcaster.
She said that will take place later this year.
“After this transition, I will begin work on a new project with a completely new team, with a brand new approach to our content, which I am really excited about,” she tweeted.
She will return to “The Late Show” on Feb. 9, 2019, with “The View.”
“I have enjoyed the journey of coming to this stage of my career, and I will be excited to see what comes next for me,” she added.
Hosta’s departure leaves a vacancy at the network’s flagship program. “
Our goal will be to create a show that is both fresh and innovative, that reflects the world of TV and what it has to offer, while still staying true to the core values of the late-night show that I loved.”
Hosta’s departure leaves a vacancy at the network’s flagship program.
Late Show host Jimmy Fallon, who has anchored the show since 2017, will continue hosting the networks flagship program, CBS All Access.
Fallon, an Emmy-winning producer, host and writer, also has been host of CBS News’ The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson since 2018.
Hostd, who will host CBS Sports’ NFL Countdown and the NFL Network’s NFL Total Access, will be a cohost on CBS Sports Sunday Morning with Michael Kay.
He will host ESPN’s College GameDay in January 2019.
Both hostd and hosta will remain with HLn, which will also continue with the sports network’s “College Football Live” program.
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