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Olivia Munn Shares Thoughts on Jon Stewart's Retirement

Olivia Munn and her boyfriend Aaron Rodgers hold hands while stepping out for a sushi dinner with friends on Wednesday (February 11) in Los Angeles.

The 34-year-old actress, who got her big break as a correspondent on The Daily Show, shared her thoughts this week on Jon Stewart‘s retirement.

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“I’m proud to have called him my boss, and feel lucky to call him my friend. Can’t wait for Jon Stewart 2.0. βœ‹πŸ‘πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘,” Olivia tweeted.

FYI: Olivia is carrying a she + lo bag.

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Jon Stewart Announces 'Daily Show' Retirement (Video)

Jon Stewart shocked us all with the news that he is retiring from The Daily Show later this year and now full video of his on air announcement is here.

“Seventeen years is the longest I have ever in my life held a job by sixteen years and five months. The upshot there being I am a terrible employee. In my heart I know it is time for someone else to have that opportunity,” the host told his audience.

READ MORE: Who should replace Jon Stewart? Here are our suggestions!

“I don’t have any specific plans. I have a lot of ideas. I have a lot of things in my head. We’re going to have dinner on a school night with my family, who, I have heard from multiple sources, are lovely people,” Jon added. “You know, I’m not going to try to sum up what this place has meant to me over the years. I couldn’t do that. We got plenty of time.”

“This show doesn’t deserve an even slightly restless host and neither do you,” he continued. “I don’t think I’m going to miss being on television every day. I’m going to miss coming here every day. I love the people here. They are the best.”

Jon Stewart Announces ‘Daily Show’ Retirement

Who Will Replace Jon Stewart? Here's Our Suggestions!

Now that we know Jon Stewart is officially going to leave his position as the host of The Daily Show at the end of the year, people are buzzing about who will be named his replacement.

While there is no guarantee that the show will even continue without Jon, we sure hope that one of these names we picked out will get the chance to sit behind the desk!

READ MORE: Celebrities tweet their reactions to Jon Stewart‘s exit!

Jon took over the hosting slot from Craig Kilborn in 1999 and he has been with the show ever since for the last sixteen years.

Some of the people that we are suggesting for the position are former or current correspondents on The Daily Show, some are well known for their hilarious roles on Saturday Night Live, and some are just great comedians that we think will be great on the show.

Click through the slideshow below to see all of our replacement suggestions…

Celebrities React to Jon Stewart's 'Daily Show' Retirement

The news is now out there that Jon Stewart is leaving his position as The Daily Show‘s host after 16 years and celebrities are sharing their thoughts on Twitter.

While many sent out their surprise and disappointment of the 52-year-old comedian’s exit, some others offered suggestions on who should replace Jon and even suggestions for his next job!

β€œJon will remain at the helm for The Daily Show until later this year. He is a comic genius, generous with his time and talent, and will always be a part of the Comedy Central family,” the network said in a statement.

Watch tonight’s episode, airing at 11/10c, to see Jon announce his exit from the show.

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Jon Stewart Leaving 'The Daily Show' - Read the Statement

Jon Stewart is officially leaving The Daily Show after 16 years on the program, Comedy Central has announced in a new statement.

“For the better part of the last two decades, we have had the inedible honor and privilege of working with Jon Stewart,” the network said. “His comedic brilliance is second to none. Jon has been at the heart of Comedy Central, championing and nurturing the best talent in the industry, in front of and behind the camera. Through his unique voice and vision, The Daily Show has become a cultural touchstone for millions of fans and an unparalleled platform for political comedy that will endure for years to come.”

Jon will remain at the helm for The Daily Show until later this year. He is a comic genius, generous with his time and talent, and will always be a part of the Comedy Central family,” the statement added.

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Jon Stewart Rips Into Brian Williams for False Iraq Story - Watch Now

Jon Stewart aired a seven minute long segment on his show, The Daily Show, last night (February 9), ripping into Brian Williams for his huge Iraq war controversy.

“Bri,” the 52-year-old talk show host began. “Why? Why, Bri? Why Bri lie? … Sigh. Were you Bri high? Cuz if they keep finding (bleep), you’ll be Bri-bye.”

“Finally, someone is being held to account for misleading Americans about the Iraq war!” John added.

Fellow talk show hosts Conan O’Brien and Larry Wilmore also ripped into Brian Williams.

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Steve Carell, Jon Stewart, & Stephen Colbert Go Shirtless to Break the Internet Together!

Steve Carell, Jon Stewart, and Stephen Colbert never fail to make us laugh and this great #TBT video of them is doing just the trick today.

The short clip features the three funny guys going shirtless and doing some ridiculous model poses. It was posted to The Daily Show‘s Instagram account on Thursday afternoon to try and “break the internet” a la Kim Kardashian.

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Steve will be heading to the Oscars later this month as nominee for his work in the movie Foxcatcher.

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