Who should take over Jimmy Fallon's soon-to-be-vacated "Late Night" spot?

Jimmy Fallon arrives at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre on Sept. 23, 2012, in Los Angeles. Special Section: 2012 Emmy Awards Matt Sayles/AP Photo

It's finally official: Jimmy Fallon is taking over the throne for Jay Leno in the New York-revamped "Tonight Show" in 2014. Which begs the next obvious question -- who will take over Fallon's "Late Night" spot?

Several reports have indicated that "Saturday Night Live" head writer Seth Meyers is the leader of the pack, but that's certainly not set in stone. We'd love to see them mix things up and put a woman behind the desk, particularly if said woman were Tina Fey (she's already said that she's too busy with other projects, but we're not giving up hope just yet).

So, we leave it up to you. Who would you like to see in Jimmy's late-night seat? Take our poll and sound off in the comments section below.



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