After Leno famously stole back “The Tonight Show” leaving O’Brien jobless last year, Conan insists to the American men’s mag, that he is not resentful.
He told, "I have had too many good things happen in my career to end on any kind of bitter note.”
"I'm just saying this to you; we're alone in this office, and I don’t have to say this: I am an incredibly fortunate person ... And as crazy as this sounds, my career with NBC was overwhelmingly positive until this ... The entertainment business has an amazing way of turning really lucky people into bitter, angry, rage-filled, jealous, resentful wretches who can’t believe they got screwed. Some things have worked out great for me, some things haven't. You keep going," the funnyman continued.
Of Jay making an appearance on his new show, Conan added, "He can come as the musical guest, because that I want to see," he says. "No one knows he has an operatic range"
His new show “Conan” will make its debut this Monday (November 8) on TBS.