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David Letterman Says Goodbye in True David Letterman Fashion

  After a star-studded, legendary-comedian-heavy Top-10 List (the night's highlight), David Letterman walks down the line of celebrities, thanking them for being on his last night as the host of Late Show . He stops to geek out at Peyton Manning (you can't take the boy out of Indiana) and greet Tina Fey, then arrives at Bill Murray, his first-ever late-night guest and his last-ever late-night guest . "And Bill, I saw you on TV last night." It was a small line barely audible but it was so purely David Letterman: knowing, ironic, silly.   Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2015/05/david-letterman-says-goodbye.html

David Letterman Signs Off with Star-Studded, Heartfelt Goodbye

  After 33 years and more than 6,000 shows in late-night TV, David Letterman marked the end of era Wednesday with a nostalgic, emotional and star-studded send-off from Late Show . "Please be seated. I don't know what to do. That's it -- stop it," Letterman said after walking out to a thunderous, ...   Read More...   http://www.tvguide.com/news/david-letterman-late-show-last-episode-goodbye/?rss=breakingnews

David Letterman's Final Late Show: A Star-Studded Top 10, the Foo Fighters' Farewell and More Key Moments

After 33 years in the latenight game which included more than 6,000 episodes and20,000 guest interviews between his time on CBS and NBCDavid Letterman bid his final farewell tothe Late Showon Wednesday night. And he went outstrong. Rather than getting sappy with his opening monologue well leave that to Jimmy Kimmel Letterman [] http://tvline.com/2015/05/20/david-letterman-late-show-final-episode-best-moments-photos/

Lettermans Last Late Show Was As Familiar As The First One Wasnt Review

The thing of it is, is this: Until the last two minutes or so when the show suddenly built to a frenzywith a slide show that Don Drapers Kodak Carousel could only hope to hallucinate David Letterman s ride into the sunset was an easygoing saunter into the gray. Absentcelebrity prostration and sentimental overkill (wed had plenty of that duringthe past weeks),   Read More... http://deadline.com/2015/05/david-letterman-final-late-show-review-1201430547/

Late Show with David Letterman: Series Finale Review

The final Late Show with Dave Letterman offered a heartfelt sendoff for the beloved late-night host.   Read More... http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/05/21/late-show-with-david-letterman-series-finale-review

Letterman Boasts OBGYN Skills to New Mom Emily Blunt: All You Jimmys Out There Can Just Suck It (Video)

In Into the Woods, Emily Blunt plays a baker's ( James Corden ) wife who desperately wants to start a family, but is sadly barren. The talented actress seems like she'd be perfectly suitable for the Disney fairy tale role, there was just one problem: in real life Blunt was quite pregnant while filming the story about how she cannot get pregnant. At first it was no big deal, Blunt told David Letterman on Tuesday night's Late Show. She was about four months along when they started filming, but seven-and-a-half months by the end. That meant the props she had to hide behind graduated from a bag to a cow. Yes, a cow.   Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/david-letterman-emily-blunt-jimmy-fallon-kimmel-into-the-woods-disney-cbs/

Watch Jennifer Lawrence and David Letterman Duet on A Holly Jolly Christmas

Jennifer Lawrence stopped by the "Late Show" to talk about her new film, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1." But the actress wound up joining host David Letterman in a duet of "A Holly Jolly Christmas."   Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2014/11/13/watch-jennifer-lawrence-and-david-letterman-duet-on-a-holly-jolly-christmas/?mod=WSJBlog

Letterman: Carmelo Anthony, John McEnroe, Clyde Frasier and More Read Top 10 List (Video)

David Letterman paid tribute to one of the world’s most famous sports venues Monday — with help from some of the athletes who have competed there. Carmelo Anthony, Walt “Clyde” Frasier, John McEnroe, Rod Gilbert, Larry Johnson, Adam Graves, John Starks, Gerry Cooney, Bill Bradley and Henrik Lundqvist turned up on “The Late Show With David Letterman” to read “Top Ten Career Highlights at Madison Square Garden.”  Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/letterman-carmelo-anthony-john-mcenroe-clyde-frasier-read-top-10-list-video/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=letterman-carmelo-anthony-john-mcenroe-clyde-frasier-read-top-10-list-video

Kristen Stewart debuts new hair, old awkwardness on 'Letterman'

Kristen Stewart braved a return to the Late Show last night on her Eclipse promotional rounds. (For anyone who doesn’t remember her last miserably uncomfortable visit, the clip is after the jump.) There was an accidental allusion to funny business with co-stars. “That’s so not what I mean!” she groaned. And then another one. “Anyways, uh, he’s a really active guy,” she said. The audience tittered. Stewart grimaced. Her anecdotes pained her, stories trailed off in angry sighs. “You’re fine, it’s fine,” Letterman said, trying to let her off the hook. “I should never take weekends off.” To Read More Click Here .