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Mayor Eric Garcetti thanks CBS for keeping 'The Late Late Show' in L.A.
Mayor Eric Garcetti thanks CBS for keeping 'The Late Late Show' in L.A.

"The Late Late Show" is, as expected, leaving its heart (and production) in Los Angeles--and for that, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti is thankful. Early on Thursday, CBS revealed the dates of the baton hand-off for its often overlooked "Late Late Show." Craig Ferguson will step down from his hosting perch on Dec. 19 after a 10-year run, with his replacement, British comedian James Corden, stepping onto the stage on March 9. But for Garcetti, the bigger cause for celebration is that there's a victory for L.A. in all of this, given that the talker will stay put in Southern California. "I want to thank CBS for keeping 'The Late Late Show' in Los...

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