DAVID LETTERMAN RUMORS

5 Great Moments Of David Letterman Bothering People

As you may have heard already, David Lettermen announced his retirement from The Late Show earlier this week. The best m…
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Stephen Colbert does ‘not envy’ David Letterman’s replacement on ‘The Late Show’

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New ‘Late Show’ Host Stephen Colbert’s Top 10 Sports Segments (Videos)

There’s a new sheriff in town on late-night TV. Comedy Central star and “Colbert Report” host Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman as the new host of ‘The Late Show’ on CBS in 2015. Colbert has created some unforgettable moments during his nine-year tenure as host of the Colbert Report, delivering his uniquely satirical opinion on everything from world politics...
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Stephen Colbert’s 12 Greatest Moments On YouTube

In what feels like a logical move it’s been announced that Stephen Colbert, the comedian and host of Comedy Central’s “Colbert Report,” will succeed David Letterman as host of “Late Show,” CBS’s flagship late-night franchise, when Mr. Letterman retires next year, the network announced Thursday. As reported by NY Times: Mr. Colbert will sign on for a five-year term...
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Stephen Colbert Replaces David Letterman, So Goodbye Colbert Nation

CBS just confirmed that Stephen Colbert, the longtime host of Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report, will succee…
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BREAKING: Stephen Colbert replacing David Letterman on ‘The Late Show’

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David Letterman’s Most Memorable Golf Gags

David Letterman shook up the late-night talk show genre when he announced his retirement during Thursday night’s broadcast of CBS’s “Late Show With David Letterman,” ending a 21-year run.For more than 30 years, Letterman has entertained audiences with his trademark banter on trendy topics in pop culture, entertainment and even the game of golf. As the veteran talk show host...
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David Letterman Drew World’s Best Athletes To Late-Night TV (Photos)

David Letterman announced Thursday that he plans to retire from late-night television next year after 33 years on the air. Throughout his tenure as the longest-running late-night TV host, Letterman has interviewed celebrities of all kinds, including some of the world’s most influential athletes. Letterman interviewed a 23-year-old Michael Jordan on the brink of his first Air Jordan...
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David Letterman To Retire In 2015

TMZ is reporting that David Letterman, the longest-running late-night talk show host in America, will not renew his contract with CBS when it runs out in 2015. Letterman made the announcement during the taping of Thursday’s Late Night show. Letterman began his night time talk show career in 1982 on NBC with Late Night with David Letterman, following The Tonight Show Starring Johnny...
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Amy Schumer almost gave David Letterman a heart attack last night

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