Viewers were pretty disappointed when Jay Leno, 65, failed to make a cameo during David Letterman’s final Late Show taping in May 2015…but now, Jay himself is explaining why! The reasoning dates back to more than a year earlier, right around the time of Jay’s final Tonight Show episode.
He just can’t let go — especially when there’s a top 10 list to be revealed. David Letterman, 68, stepped out of retirement and took aim at presidential hopeful Donald Trump, 69, during a cameo appearance on Martin Short, 65, and 69-year-old Steve Martin’s A Very Stupid Conversation comedy tour on July 10 in San Antonio, Texas.
Ever since The Colbert Report ended, we’ve been having major Stephen Colbert, 51, withdrawals. Thankfully, the comedian blessed us with a funny YouTube video to satisfy us until he takes his stand as the new host of The Late Show on September 8. In it, he shows off his beard — and goes through several mini-makeovers before completely shaving it off. Trust us when we tell you: this is a must-watch!
David Letterman, 68, isn’t the first person that comes to mind when I think “magazine cover star” but guys deserve some love, too! Clear skin and styled hair is just as important for men as makeup is for women, so read the easy, expert tips on getting your guy in tip top shape below!
David Letterman, 68, ended his iconic role as the host of The Late Show on May 20th; soon after, James Corden, 36, and Sting, 63, took to the streets in front of Letterman’s studio to sing a uh, well, slightly awkward duet in his honor. You really need to see this!
The Foo Fighters had a special role on David Letterman’s last Late Show. Dave Grohl, 46, and his band were the late night host’s final musical guests after David’s 33-year reign. The band performed an electric rendition of their hit “Everlong” on the May 20 show. During the performance of David’s favorite song, footage and images of the 68-year-old’s most iconic Late Show moments were shown, giving us all one huge dose of nostalgia.
On May 20, late night television changed forever as David Letterman, 68, signed off of The Late Show for the last time. Before he could go, though, David wanted to make it clear that he approved of his successor, Stephen Colbert, 50, by announcing he’s “very excited” for Stephen to take over! Aww.