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Late-night icon & IndyCar owner David Letterman seems to be enjoying retirement. https://t.co/WSRkRO1Pr9 — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 28, 2016 Well, at least he SAID he was drunk. You be the judge.
@OriolServia and @RLLracing giving thanks to co-owner David Letterman! #Indy500 pic.twitter.com/fFZNnr6cNp — Millennium Racing (@Millennium_RG) May 24, 2015 David Letterman received a fantastic tribute from his racing team on Sunday morning.
If, for some reason, you can’t wait to get a sneak preview of David Letterman’s final night hosting ‘The Late Show,’ the show’s YouTube channel has already uploaded Dave’s last entrance ever for the program.
The Foo Fighters will join “The Late Show” when David Letterman says his final farewells Wednesday night. According to Rolling Stone, the Foo Fighters are Letterman’s favorite band. Letterman and the band’s frontman Dave Grohl have been buddies for the past 15 years, and the Foo Fighters were frequent guests throughout the talk show’s history. Is
David Letterman is retiring shortly, and his final guests have been pulling out all the stops.
Will Ferrell always, always, always crushes his late night talk show appearances and Tuesday night’s visit to the Late Show with David Letterman was no exception.
It’s been a while since Will Smith has created anything of value in the music industry but the actor decided to take a trip down memory lane on the Late Show last night by breaking into a surprise performance of “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It” after he was introduced by David Letterman.
Super Bowl champion head coach and famously jovial personality Bill Belichick was on The Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday.
Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota provided one of the better Top Ten bits in the history of The Late Show with David Letterman.
Following the September 11th attacks 13 years ago today, many things in life seemed menial and irrelevant. Upon shooting his first show since the attacks, David Letterman was fully aware of these feelings and provided a simple, yet perfect on-air tribute to the victims and heroes of that day and the days that followed. September
This is the most Peyton Manning thing ever: Before appearing on David Letterman, Peyton Manning studied tapes of the show. Dan Pompei from Sports On Earth wrote an article titled “Inside Manning.” In the story, an anecdote about Manning and Letterman appears: Manning was selected to appear on David Letterman’s show because of his achievements as