ROCHESTER (WWJ) — One local man is on a mission to bring a late night talk show host to the Motor City.

Greg Hummel of Rochester started a Facebook campaign called “Bring The Tonight Show to Detroit” on Monday after watching Jimmy Fallon host his show from Los Angeles.

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“I saw that there was actually a campaign in Niagara Falls to get him to do a show there,” Hummel said. “So I though Detroit could actually use this more than anywhere else.”

Hummel did some searching online and found that a venue has already offered up their space for Fallon if Hummel can reach his goal.

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“There are a lot of locations in Detroit, but the Detroit Opera House was actually offering free rental for the Tonight Show,” Hummel said.

Nearly 14,000 people have “liked” the Facebook page in just one week, including supporter Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.

“I didn’t believe it to be true until I logged in and was it myself,” Hummel said. “I was kind of shocked that it had even gotten to the Governor’s level.”

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In an effort to get more attention, Hummel said a video flash mob will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. in front of the Detroit Tigers statue at Comerica Park.