Morning Headlines — 8/1/13

Obama Set For ‘Tonight Show’ On August 6
President Obama became the first sitting president to appear on late-night when he visited The Tonight Show With Jay Leno in March 2009. Now he is set to return to the NBC show August 6 — it will be his sixth appearance, the most recent one coming in October. [DEADLINE]

Man with 132 lb. scrotum gets TLC show
TLC has announced a special titled The Man With the 132 lb. Scrotum. Yes, this is happening. [ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY]

CNN Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jill Dougherty Leaving The Channel After 30 Years
30-year CNN veteran Jill Dougherty is leaving the channel at the end of the year. Dougherty, currently CNN’s foreign affairs correspondent, was previously a White House correspondent for the channel, and served as its Moscow bureau chief. [TVNEWSER]

ABC Renews 'Celebrity Wife Swap' for Season 3
ABC has renewed Celebrity Wife Swap. The reality series has been greenlighted for a 13-episode third season, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. [THR]


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