If you thought the guests who’ve been appearing in the week’s leading up to the final episode The Late Show with David Letterman, wait until you find out who stopped by on Letterman’s final night.
Kimmel choked up last night as he bid farewell to Letterman during his monologue. “Even though it looked like every other talk show, it wasn’t. It was totally original.”
Murray didn’t just walk out on stage. Instead, he jumped. Out of a cake.
The song, re-arranged for the CBS Orchestra, worked incredibly well.
David Letterman was your taste-maker older brother who shared his favorite music nightly like a perfectly curated mixtape.
He also discusses his longtime desk and what he’ll be doing in five years.
Tina Fey wanted to give David Letterman something as a goodbye gift. It turned out it was the dress off her back.
Will Ferrell took to the Late Show with David Letterman to remind us what St. Patrick’s Day is really all about.
When Wonder visited David Letterman over at the Late Show he didn’t just perform a few songs, he also did a little bit. Namely, a Top 10 list on the advantages of going blind.
The CBS Orchestra and the Fresh Prince rocked “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It.” And it was not the first time Will Smith has gotten on the mic, backed by Paul Shaffer’s band.