George Lopez Ends 'Lopez Tonight' With a Bang
Last night George Lopez said adios to his late-night show with a star-studded line-up including Eva Longoria, Guns 'n Roses guitarist Slash and former late-night show host Arsenio Hall, among others. Although his band played an uncensored version of Cee Lo Green's smash hit, "F**k You," George got serious and thanked his guests as well as Sandra Bullock for taking his career to new heights.
Considering Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria appeared in the original pilot for the show, it was only fitting she was there for the last episode, too. According to RadarOnline, she joked, "When we started the show, we were both employed and married!"
At the end of the show, the comedian bid a fond farewell. George thanked his guests and most notably Sandra who originally discovered him and launched his career to another level.
"I never realized I could love people as much as I do now," he said. "I want to thank Sandra Bullock, who 11 years ago, took a chance on me...I want to thank my fans who followed me from stand-up to my sitcom and to Lopez Tonight." He added, "It's been great...next year in Jerusalem!”
Continuing his humor online, after the final show George tweeted, “Let your New life begin call 1 800 get thin ! Thanks for all the love, I love you back !! In Las Vegas !! Guess the opening line tomorrow!”