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Lee DeWyze on 'Letterman': Refuses to concede that Simon is 'a psycho'

Lee DeWyze ambled onto The Late Show with David Letterman last night, and you knew Dave was going to like this year's American Idol winner more than he does most Idol contestants, because DeWyze looks like a regular guy, in Letterman's phrase, and the singer used to do a little manual labor before becoming an idolized star: Give Dave a good paint-store can-shaker story, and everyone's happy. Letterman also put DeWyze on the spot by asking after Crystal Bowersox, the host asking, She'll be alright, right? No paint-store gig for her, right? Lee said he thought not. The host tried to get DeWyze to admit that Simon Cowell is 'a psycho, but Lee said Simon was a cool guy off-camera, even though, he said, we don't have much interaction with [the judges] at all; we see them when you see them. DeWyze was, I'm afraid, upstaged by announcer Alan Kalter, whose version of 'California Gurls' immediately preceding DeWyze was as good as anything on Idol this season. Source & Video

Matthew Fox talks 'Lost' ending with David Letterman

On last night’s Late Show, Matthew Fox - shiny suit and boots! - swung by to talk about the fever pitch of anticipation around the show’s finale. As David Letterman insisted last week to Evangeline Lilly - “a lovely young woman,” the host said obliviously, “who’s always on the show all the time” - the only ending he’ll accept is a dream sequence. “The only way this show will make any sense is if someone goes ‘Wake up, wake up,’” he told Fox. “And you go ‘oh, oh, we’re landing in Cincinnati.’ I will accept nothing other than that.” Fox did give us one spoiler: Cincinnati will play no part in the series finale. Check out the video: To Read More Click Here .

Courtney Love on 'the Letterman years': 'I did a lot of coke, pills... I go to 12-step meetings'

Courtney Love appeared on The Late Show last night for the first time in six years. She blamed her long absence from the show on what she half-jokingly called 'the Letterman years.' She recounted a bleak time when 'I did a lot of coke back then' I took pills. I've been a rock person for a long time,' she admitted. To Read More Click Here .

Sneak Peek: Tina Fey on tonight's 'The Late Show'

If you didn't know it, tonight is a great night for television, featuring "cute, smart women that Bob loves but will never get a date with." Amy Sedaris guest stars on 'The Middle,' playing a motivational speaker who is asked to speak at the car dealership, and Tina Fey will be sitting down with David Letterman. Here's a clip where she talks about working with Tracy Morgan. Jack Human! Source & Video

Leno's Tonight Show Still Beating Letterman, But Not Like Before

In his second week back behind the desk of The Tonight Show, Jay Leno continues to be No. 1 in late night. But the success isn't as sweet as it was before CoCo-gate. Between March 8 and 12, Leno averaged 4.4 million viewers, trumping David Letterman's The Late Show, which averaged 3.8 million viewers. Leno also won out among the adults-18-to-49 demographic. The downside: Leno's averages are down 13 percent in the demo and 3 percent in total viewers from the same week a year ago. Worse news for NBC: Leno's rating in the demo is barely beating Conan O'Brien's average, and the median age for Leno's viewership (56) is higher than both Letterman (54) and O'Brien (46). The later late-night war is much closer: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon averaged 1.6 million viewers last week to The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson's 1.7 million viewers. Both shows were deadlocked in the demo. What do you think of Jay's slipping numbers? Source Here

Letterman Unveils the New Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Model

Are you the kind of guy who waits with nervous anticipation to find out who's on the cover of the new Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue? Do you find who can't focus until you know who's covered boobs are gracing the cover? If so, please seek professional help immediately. Also, enjoy this unveiling of the new cover on last night's 'Late Show with David Letterman.' WARNING: don't remove your pants until the very end of the video. Source & Video

Brooklyn Decker Scores 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Cover

Brooklyn Decker has made the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The 22-year-old model and wife of tennis star Andy Roddick was revealed as the 2010 cover girl on Monday's Late Show with David Letterman when a sheet was removed to unveil a billboard version of the cover in Times Square. Posing in yellow bikini bottoms with her arms crossed over her chest and a bikini top hanging over her shoulder, Decker, who's scheduled to appear on Letterman's show Tuesday, is touted on the magazine cover as "a perfect '10" who "sizzles in the Maldives." "THANK YOU EVERYONE!!!" she tweeted. "I wish I could respond to every single one of you but thank you so much for your AMAZINGLY sweet tweets!" A five-time SI model, Decker made her swimsuit debut at 18 in 2006. Her 2007 spread caught Roddick's attention, and he had his agent to contact her. Decker and Roddick, 27, have been married since April. Other notables in this year's swimsuit issue: Olympians Lindsey Vonn and Hannah Teter strip down, as do four former Dancing with the Stars pairs. Cheryl Burke and Maurice Greene; Chelsie Hightower and Ty Murray; Edyta Sliwinska and Lawrence Taylor; and Anna Trebunskaya and Chuck Liddell are all featured in the magazine. Source Here

Letterman to Announce Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Model

Following his Super Bowl promo featuring Jay Leno and Oprah Winfrey, David Letterman will reveal the name of this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model on Monday's Late Show. He'll interview her Tuesday night. The swimsuit franchise has earned the magazine more than $1 billion in revenue since its inception in 1964, according to The Wall Street Journal, and has helped launch the careers of supermodels including Kathy Ireland, Heidi Klum and Elle Macpherson. Source Here

Late Show Executive Producer: We Wanted Conan for Super Bowl Promo, Too

The Letterman-Leno-Oprah Super Bowl promo had everyone buzzing during the big game, but, according to Late Show executive producer Rob Burnett, the threesome might have been a foursome - with Conan O'Brien. "There was an initial thought of having Dave, Jay and Conan together in the spot," Burnett told TheWrap. "I did call Jeff Ross [O'Brien's producer] to talk about it." But the idea never came to fruition as Team Coco was finishing up production on The Tonight Show. "It wasn't as if they even said no," Burnett said. "I just think they weren't in a position to consider it all." Either way the 15-second spot achieved its goal: It got everyone talking. What did you think of the Late Show promo? Source Here

David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey and Jay Leno Have an 'Awkward' Moment on Super Bowl

One of this year's surprises at the Super Bowl XLIV is when David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey and Jay Leno appear together for a promo ad of David's late night show. Oprah is seen sitting on the couch between David and Jay, watching the show on TV. The clip kicks off with David complaining about the game saying, "This is the worst Super Bowl party ever." Oprah is quick to respond to his rant, "Now, Dave, be nice." David then replied, "He's just saying that because I'm here." In return, David mocks Jay, making Oprah to roll her eyes, sigh and throw up her hands in frustration. The whole thing is David's idea with Oprah and Jay are willing to participate. The spot was filmed at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City on the heels of drama between Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien over the "Tonight Show" slot which put Jay on the villain side and made David criticize him. Though it leads to speculation that it's an effort to put the drama behind, executive producer of "Late Show with David Letterman", Rob Burnett, insisted the initial idea is just for entertainment. "This wasn't done to help Dave or to help Jay," he said. "Though I think it does help both of them. It was just done because Dave thought it would be funny and would entertain people. Nothing went beyond that." Despite the fact that the three are shot sitting uncomfortably next to each other on the clip, Burnett said they get along during the filming. "Dave and Jay were very professional and cordial and friendly with each other," he confessed. "And Oprah, in addition to her many talents, is a wonderful comedienne." Source & Video