Regis says he's not looking forward to his last day and that he doesn't "want a big fuss" but after a career like his, it's hard not to make a big fuss over Regis Philbin.
Especially now that he's leaving his TV show after nearly 25 years.
His career has been so much more than just asking questions to celebrities.
Regis is an author. He was the first host of the game show "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" and he continues to entertain crowds with his comedy and song.
"I would love to do a variety show. I thought Dean Martin, years ago had the greatest variety show ever but of course he had more stars in those days too" says Regis.
He says there are still big stars today but feels as though Hollywood has changed from the days of old.
Plus, he says TV executives aren't interested in reviving the variety show.
This month, Regis Philbin is reviving his past in his new book "How I Got This Way" which has already hit store shelves.
In it, he takes a look at 30 people who inspired and influenced him.
As he leaves morning TV, Regis has some simple advice for his co-host Kelly.
He urges her to be patient with her new co-host, whoever it may be, and give it time for the chemistry to work.
"There's always going to be somebody to come along and take your place and maybe even do a better job that you've done" states Regis.
Surprisingly, after so many years, Regis Philbin has some regrets.
He regrets he never got the chance to interview Bing Crosby who is one of the men who inspired him.